Master of Science in Exercise Science (M.S.)

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The Master of Science in Exercise Science will be offered starting in the Fall of 2015. This degree 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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Sampling of Program Courses

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

For more information, contact Dr. Andy Bosak, Director: M.S. in Exercise Science Program