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B.S. in Exercise Science: Therapeutic Science

Residential Therapeutic Science Program (B.S.)

Develop the skills you need for your future career with a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science: Therapeutic Science degree from Liberty University. Gain knowledge and skills foundational to your graduate studies and future allied health career. Develop practical skills like injury assessment and research health-related topics as you learn about complex topics, like clinical musculoskeletal anatomy, and theories of therapeutic rehabilitation.

Study under professors who have years of practical and academic experience in their field, and who are grounded in their Christian worldview. Practice using specialized equipment in the Human Performance, Biomechanics, and Functional Assessment Labs, as you gain real-world experience inside the classroom.

Topics you will study:

  • Exercise physiology
  • Biomechanics
  • Exercise prescription
  • Exercise leadership
  • Sports Nutrition

Academic Information for the B.S. in Exercise Science: Therapeutic Science

Credit Hours

127 credit hours

Program of Study

Exercise Science (B.S.) – Therapeutic Science DCP

Admission Requirements

View Liberty’s undergraduate admissions requirements

Featured Therapeutic Science Courses

  • ATTR 330 Clinical Musculoskeletal Anatomy & Function
  • ATTR 331 Clinical Musculoskeletal Anatomy Lab
  • ATTR 335 Musculoskeletal Injury Assessment
  • ATTR 336 Musculoskeletal Injury Assessment Lab
  • ATTR 406 Corrective Exercises & Rehabilitation Theory
  • ATTR 425 Healthcare Evidenced-Based Research Analysis

Start Your Career in Exercise Science


Career Opportunities for Therapeutic Science Program Graduates*

  • Physician (D.O., M.D.)
  • Physician Assistant (P.A.)
  • Physical Therapist (D.P.T.)
  • Athletic Trainer (L.A.T.)
  • Occupational Therapist (D.O.T.)
  • Chiropractor (D.C.)
  • Registered Dietician (R.D.)
  • Prosthetist

*Additional education is required for these professions. See what Master’s Degrees Allied Health Professions offers and the Liberty Doctor of Osteopathic Medicine, DO Degree.