M.S. in Exercise Science
The MS in Exercise Science is a research-based program that allows students to refine their research skills while learning about the effects of exercise on health and well-being. The program is designed to accomplish two major objectives- (1).To provide students with the academic and research skills needed for doctoral study in athletic training, biomechanics, motor learning, physiology of exercise, postural control, or as a physical educator and (2) to prepare students for employment in clinically-oriented environments that place an emphasis on research, such as cardiac rehabilitation, strength and conditioning, or sports medicine, or to work in the public schools as a physical educator.
Graduates of the program are well prepared to work as researchers in laboratories and to enroll in doctoral programs in these content areas.
Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE)
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