Back in the 1970s, I studied with the Laban Institute for Movement Studies
While its not a Master Degree program, its pretty intense, which is why I never wwent for the whole thing. An interesting aspect of Laban Movement analysis is a concept called Effort/Shape. This method of analysis determines whether the amount of effort someone puts into a movement is appropriate, how that effort affects the movement's shape.
I was talking about this in Utah. Both Delta 888 and I have taken a few 3 day Ski Espirit programs at Whistler. The Whistler Ski Schools are strong advocates of hockey stop turns. Unfortunately, both Delta and I had integrated the hockey stop into our turn shape, giving the turns a defensive shape that lacked fluidity.
I'm not sure if LIMS has programs outside NYC. If you do not have any luck with PE departments, try theDance departments.
Here's another option. Check out http://www.nasm.org
and look up the performance enhancement masters degree program. This is an online masters dgree, geared towards personal trainers. However, NASM is very involved in sport performance analysis. Good Luck!