B.S. in Exercise Science
Residential Exercise Science Program
The Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science prepares students for careers in the health and fitness industry, as well as graduate studies in exercise physiology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, chiropractic, and other health professions.
The Exercise Science program at Liberty University is designed to produce exercise science professionals who will impact the world of sports, fitness, and wellness. The program will provide the student with the knowledge, skills, and abilities to assess, prescribe exercise for, and monitor clients in a variety of health, wellness, and fitness settings. This program of study provides the student with a thorough immersion into the field of exercise science, by using a combination of classroom, laboratory, practicum, and internship experiences.
The B.S. in Exercise Science is offered through the Department of Allied Health Professions.
Exercise Science (B.S.) Concentrations
Credit Hours: 120 total hours
Strength and Conditioning Specialist
Credit Hours: 120 total hours
Credit Hours: 127 total hours
View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements
Exercise Science Program Handbook
ACSM and NSCA Certification Information
State Licensure/Certification Disclosure
The Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science degree program meets the educational requirements to prepare students to sit for one of the following national certifications in the field of exercise science as required by the programs degree completion plan. Testing for these certifications is required during the student’s senior year. Currently there are no additional state requirements beyond certification.
Prospective students should be aware that each state has different professional licensure and certification requirements governing various occupations. Liberty University works to confirm if its educational programs meet the educational prerequisites for professional licensure or certification outside the Commonwealth of Virginia and updates this information each year. Students who plan to pursue licensure outside the Commonwealth of Virginia should be aware that state licensure requirements are subject to changes. Students are ultimately responsible for verifying their individual eligibility for state licensure and satisfying any requirements imposed thereby. While a program may originally meet the educational requirements for licensure, changes in requirements could impact the program’s ability to meet any new educational requirements. Students are strongly encouraged to check with their state licensure board to confirm licensure requirements and obtain additional guidance as needed from the respective licensure board.
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