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Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2005-2006

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Graduate Programs

In addition to the undergraduate degree programs offered by all of its academic departments, the school offers a variety of graduate opportunities.

  • The five-year program in occupational science/occupational therapy awards a B.S. degree in occupational science at the end of the fourth year and an M.S. degree in occupational therapy at the end of the fifth year.
  • The five-year program in clinical science/physical therapy awards a B.S. degree in clinical science at the end of the fourth year and an M.S. degree in physical therapy at the end of the fifth year.
  • A graduate curriculum leading to an M.S. degree in exercise and sport sciences offers thesis and non-thesis options, with specialization possible for research-oriented or applied study in exercise physiology and sport psychology.
  • Speech-language pathology majors may apply to continue their studies beyond the B.S. degree through the department's M.S. degree programs in speech-language pathology and teaching students with speech and language disabilities.
  • A graduate curriculum leading to an M.S. in physical education or an M.S. in health education offers thesis and non-thesis options.
  • A graduate course of study leading to an M.S. in sport management (pending New York State approval) offers thesis and non-thesis options.

For more information regarding these programs as well as the College's other graduate programs, consult the Ithaca College graduate catalog, online at

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