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Suspension of admission to the programs

The Exercise and Sport Science department is not currently accepting applications to its Master of Science in Exercise and Sport Science - Human Performance graduate program. 

Please contact the Graduate Program Director for more information regarding the program.


FORMS:  Download the required forms. Each may be filled-out by hand or on your computer.


  1. Obtain approval to take the course from the Human Performance Program Director.
  2. Select an internship site.
  3. Register for ESS 789 (section 001 for 3 credits, sections 001 and 002 for 6 credits).
  4. If your internship site requests one, complete and turn-in a BOARD OF REGENTS AGREEMENT.
  5. Complete and turn-in an INTERNSHIP POSITION DESCRIPTION, and CONTRACT, prior to starting your internship.
  6. Turn-in all 4 completed WORK PROGRESS REPORT forms (one form for each quarter of your internship).
  7. Have your supervisor mail-in two completed EMPLOYER'S EVALUATION forms (one at the middle and one at the end of your internship).
  8. Turn-in a completed INTERN REPORT . Your report will help other UWL students to assess the site you have done your internship at. In addition to the steps below, you may wish to attach other relevant materials (e.g., business cards, pamphlets, photographs, etc.). Please use the following guidelines to complete your intern report:
    • Your cover page should contain your name, the starting and ending dates of your internship, and site information (including site name, supervisor's name, address, phone and fax numbers, e-mail addresses, and web page addresses).
    • Answer the following questions in the body of your report:
      • What specific duties and responsibilities did you have as an intern?
      • What qualifications does the site require of their interns?
      • Was your experience relevant and challenging?
      • How did you use your existing skills?
      • What new skills did you acquire?
      • What was your housing situation?
      • Were you paid? If so, how much?
      • Did you receive fringe benefits (such as paid certification fees, free admission to events, clothing, meals, housing, etc.)?
      • Did your internship experience lead you to an employment opportunity?
      • Would you recommend this site to other UWL interns?
      • What other comments would you like to make regarding you experience?
  9. All materials must be received on or before the LAST DAY OF CLASSES.