HHP 484 Research in Health and Human Performance

The Research in Health and Human Performance coursework is intended primarily as an educational experience to acquaint students with the research process and provide a foundation for continued, independent professional growth. Students, in collaboration with a faculty member, will choose a topic of interest, critically interpret scientific literature, design appropriate research methods, instrumentation and procedures, collect, and analyze data to complete a research project, which contributes to the body of knowledge in health and human performance. This is a directed study under the supervision of faculty. This course will be graded S/U and may be repeated with a maximum of six semester hours applying toward a degree.

Credits

variable

Prerequisite

HHP 325

Distribution

U1