The Master of Science program in Exercise Science is designed to prepare students to work as professionals in corporations, wellness centers, hospitals, sports medicine centers, amateur and professional athletics, health clubs, resorts and spas, community associations such as the YMCA, YWCA, and JCC, colleges, universities, school districts, and rehabilitation centers. More specifically, the program will provide students with the knowledge and skills necessary to function as exercise specialists, technicians, strength coaches, and personal and athletic trainers. Finally, the program will provide the opportunity for individuals who are currently employed in these professional areas to enhance their ability to advance to such positions as coordinators and/or directors and head athletic trainers. The program offers two concentrations: Exercise Physiology and Athletic Training.
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