Feb 29, 2024
Dr. Rudy Dunlap, Program Director
Health and Human Performance offers an Accelerated Bachelors to Masters Pathway in Leisure, Sport, and Tourism Management, M.S., corresponding to the Leisure and Sport Management, B.S.
To be eligible a student must
- have completed 75 undergraduate credit hours;
- have a minimum of two semesters remaining at MTSU; and
- have an inclusive GPA of 3.25 or higher.
All application materials are to be submitted to the College of Graduate Studies.
Admission to the ABM Pathway is handled by the ABM Pathway coordinator in the department/program. Once accepted to the Pathway by the coordinator, the student will need to fill out the Accelerated Masters Program Contract.
Students must choose the 6 credit hours from the chart below. Students should consult their undergraduate advisors to ensure they are meeting all requirements for their bachelor’s degrees.
|MTSU Undergraduate Course
|MTSU Graduate Course
|LSTS 4790 - Sport and Society
|LSM 6530 - History and Philosophy of Leisure and Sport
|LSTS 4250 - The Sport Agent
|LSM 6500 - Legal Issues and Risk Management in Sport and Leisure Services
Students must complete the courses in the curriculum with the minimum GPA to qualify for the dual undergraduate/graduate credit. Once courses have been completed, and a student is set to graduate with a bachelor’s degree, then the student can apply to the graduate program using the basic online application form and fee. No other application materials will be required, but students will need to provide a valid driver’s license and possibly proof of in-state eligibility if needed.
Student Retention and Withdrawal Policies
Withdrawal from the Undergraduate ABM Pathway
Students may withdraw from an ABM Pathway at any time by informing the ABM Pathway coordinator and respective undergraduate program and graduate program coordinators (or designees) in writing of their intent to withdraw. Withdrawal is considered permanent, and a student who withdraws may not reenter the same ABM Pathway.
Dismissal from the ABM Pathway
Students will be dismissed from an ABM Pathway for failure to maintain satisfactory levels of academic progress, which includes
- failure to meet the general ABM Pathway guidelines and specific program requirements;
- failure to meet an overall undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or higher in any term;
- interruption of the undergraduate course of study for more than three terms, without the prior consent of the undergraduate and graduate program coordinators (or designees).