The Department of Kinesiology offers two graduate programs: a Master of Science in Exercise Science and a Master of Science in Sports Management.

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Culminating Projects from 2016

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Can the Implementation of a Standardized Hip Adductor Muscle Strengthening Exercise Protocol Reduce Hip Adductor Muscle Strains for Division III Men's Ice Hockey Teams?, Benjamin St.Martin
Sports Management: M.S. Starred Paper

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Identifying the Types of Physical Exercise that Help Individuals with Parkinson’s Disease Manage Their Symptoms: A Modified Delphi Study, Brian E. Traeger
Exercise Science: M.S. Thesis

Culminating Projects from 2015

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Determining Hydration Using Serum Plasma Osmolality Following Consumption of Carbohydrate + Protein, and Carbohydrate Only Sports Drinks During 60km Cycling Time Trials, Thomas J. Ebnet
Exercise Science: M.S. Thesis

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Does the Use of the Antagonist Facilitated Specialization and Oscillatory Training Methods Reduce Co-Activation and Improve Rate of Force Development to a Greater Extent than Traditional Methods?, Mathew Van Dyke
Exercise Science: M.S. Thesis

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Is a High Core Temperature during Exercise Associated with Greater Post-exercise Muscle Damage?, Luke Weyrauch
Exercise Science: M.S. Thesis

Culminating Projects from 2006

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A Historical View of St. Cloud State University Women's Athletics, Anne E. Abicht
Sports Management: M.S. Thesis

Culminating Projects from 1985

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Computerized Scoring of Results in Track and Field and Multiple Event Competitions, Steven C. Johnson
Special Studies: M.S. Thesis