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        These results contain 38 campus & online accredited graduate degree programs & graduate schools in the field of healthcare & public health, subject of sports medicine at the certificate & doctorate & masters levels in all locations from all types of institutions.
         
         
         

        Sports Medicine Graduate Programs

        Sports Medicine Graduate Degree Programs

        Sports medicine graduate students have an opportunity learn to provide medical and therapeutic consultation for individuals participating in physical activities such as exercise or sports. This may include elements of sports psychology, rehabilitation, fitness training or instruction and coaching. Sports medicine graduate programs are often a specialty within the discipline of kinesiology. Graduate study in sports medicine is designed to help prepare students to pursue careers in research, education, and athletic training. Students who wish to pursue a graduate degree in sports medicine could pursue a master’s degree, a Ph.D., or a certification.

        Sports Medicine Graduate Program Curriculum

        Graduate programs in sports medicine often combine classroom work with onsite clinical training and research. Students may choose to specialize in various concentrations including:

         
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