Exercise Science (M.S.)

MS in Exercise Science

Residential Program

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The Master of Science in Exercise Science is an advanced degree designed to broaden understanding of health, wellness, and performance in a variety of client populations.  This program gives students the opportunity to further their knowledge in the core of exercise science (exercise physiology, biomechanics, sports nutrition, statistics and research methods). 

  • 35-hour graduate program
    (17-hour core, 12-hour specialization)
  • 6-credit hour thesis or internship is required

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Courses You Could Take

  • Advanced Exercise Physiology (EXSC 510)
  • Advanced Exercise Physiology Lab (EXSC 511)
  • Statistical Analysis in Exercise Science (EXSC 520)
  • Research Methods in Exercise Science (EXSC 525)
  • Advanced Biomechanical Analysis (EXSC 550)
  • Advanced Biomechanical Analysis Lab (EXSC 551)
  • Performance Nutrition for the Physically Active (HLTH 645)

For more information, contact program director Dr. Andy Bosak at ambosak@liberty.edu

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