Integrative Physiology and Athletic Training
|Integrative Physiology and Athletic Training (Exercise Science Option)||M.S.||Program Description|
|Integrative Physiology and Athletic Training (Generalist Option)||M.S.||Program Description|
Admission Application Instructions
- Applying for admission to the graduate program in Health and Human Performance is a two-step process:
- First: Complete the Online Application (https://www.applyweb.com/apply/uomont/menu.html) As part of this process, applicants must do the following:
- Self-report GRE scores
- Self-report all colleges and universities attended (including grade point average)
- 3 Letters of recommendations.
- Upload a statement of purpose of your background and goals, including your degree option choice. (max 500 words)
- Upload resume.
- Pay the application fee.
- Second: Request Official Scores and Transcripts:
- Request that official GRE scores be sent to the University of Montana using code 4489.
- Request that official transcripts be sent to the Department of Health and Human Performance from all colleges and universities you have attended (excluding University of Montana) Transcripts may also be transmitted electronically through the National Student Clearinghouse.
- Fall Semester - All applicants are highly encouraged to apply by March 1st. Otherwise, application packets submitted after March 1st are reviewed by the HHP Graduate Committee on a case by case basis depending upon various factors such as program space and need.
- Spring - Applications to enroll in the graduate program beginning Spring semester are discouraged.
|Integrative Physiology and Athletic Training|
32 Campus Drive
McGill Hall 101
Missoula, MT 59812-4536
Fax: (406) 243-6252
For more information contact the IPAT Graduate Coordinator
Charles Dumke, PhD, FACSM
Graduate Program Coordinator
University of Montana
Health and Human Performance
103 McGill Hall
32 Campus Drive
Missoula, MT 59812