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Undergraduate Degrees and Emphasis Areas

The School of Sport and Exercise Science offers undergraduate academic programs leading to Bachelor of Science degrees in Sport and Exercise Science and Athletic Training.  The Sport and Exercise Science degree includes emphasis area options in Exercise Science, Physical Education K-12 Teaching, Sport Administration, Human Performance (coming Fall 2018), and Sports Coaching.  Minors are offered in Physical Education K-12 Teaching and Coaching.

Athletic Training

Prepare for a career in the prevention, management, and rehabilitation of sport injuries as a Certified Athletic Trainer.

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Exercise Science

Graduates will be prepared to pursue enrollment in physical therapy, athletic training, occupational therapy, physician assistant, or other health related professional programs.

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Physical Education Teaching

This professional teacher program prepares future physical educators to develop physically literate K-12 students through classroom and field-based experiences.

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Sports Coaching

Become a leader in the sporting field through the enhancement of knowledge, teaching, and expertise to maximize coaching strategies and practices.

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Sport Administration

This program is designed to prepare graduates for careers by combining business principles and industry-specific aspects of managing collegiate, professional, or Olympic sport organizations with emphases on sport marketing, sport finance and economics, organizational behavior, along with event and facility management.

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Human Performance

Graduates will be prepared to work in one or more of the following areas: cardiac rehabilitation, gerontological fitness, fitness and exercise program management, conditioning of athletes, biomechanics, ergonomics, sport and exercise leadership, and/or stress management. 

Coming Fall 2018!