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Montana State University Graduate Study in Exercise Physiology

The Department of Health & Human Development (HHD) at Montana State University (MSU) in Bozeman, MT, is accepting applications for graduate study in applied exercise physiology (Masters degree only; Fall 2010). Dr Dan Heil (dheil@montana.edu), an Associate Professor in exercise physiology, studies physiological and biomechanical determinants of Nordic skiing performance, develops models for the energetic of energy expenditure during maximal performances and every day activities, as well as the use of electronic monitoring devices for tracking free-living behavior. Dr John Seifert (john.seifert@montana.edu), an Associate Professor in exercise physiology, studies determinants of muscular fatigue in Alpine skiers, the physiological responses to acute cold exposure, as well the potential influence of nutrition supplements on physical performance.

 More information about Dr Heil’s background can be found at this web address:

http://www.montana.edu/hhd/facultyandstaff/dheil.htm

 More information about Dr Seifert’s background can be found at this web address:

http://www.montana.edu/hhd/facultyandstaff/jseifert.htm

 Graduate Assistantships (teaching and research) may be available to qualified applicants, the details of which are specific to each faculty member. Applicants should contact Drs Heil or Seifert directly about the availability of assistants for the upcoming Fall semester.

 Qualifications: In general, the best qualified applicants will have an undergraduate degree in Exercise Science, or related field (such as biology), with undergraduate coursework that includes:

 Anatomy and Physiology (1 yr + labs)

Inorganic Chemistry

Physics

Statistics

Anatomical Kinesiology

Biomechanics

Exercise Physiology

Exercise Testing & Prescription

 Applicants who do not have this coursework within their submitted transcripts when applying may be required to take some of these courses as prerequisites to the HHD graduate program in exercise physiology.

 Deadline for Applications: While applicants can apply at any time to the graduate program, the first round of reviews for applicants wanting to begin in the Fall of 2009 begins after February 15th, 2010.

 To apply to our graduate program go to:

http://www.montana.edu/hhd/academicprograms08/graduate/exerciseandnutrition/exerphys.htm

 To talk with the HHD Graduate Coordinator, contact Dr Mary Miles:  mmiles@montana.edu

 For information about the Bozeman, MT, area, please go to:

http://www.montana.edu/admissions/boz_area.shtml

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