The sport and exercise studies program focuses on introducing students to a framework of knowledge in surrounding sport and exercise disciplines.
A broad intellectual base challenges our students to explore foundations of human movement, personal health and fitness, and sport administration with multi-dimensional courses such as kinesiology, motor development, exercise physiology, sport nutrition, exercise testing and prescription, sport management, and sport sociology.
The integration of our classroom, laboratory, and field experiences with the college's general education program provides a well-rounded liberal arts education experience. Students graduate with a B.A. in Sport and Exercise Studies.
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A senior capstone and internship component are significant aspect's of the educational experiences for our students. In culmination of the senior year, students will orally present their internship experience with literature review support within their discipline in sport and exercise studies. The required internship experience allows the student to gain first-hand experience in a discipline of choice related to sport and exercise studies.
Graduates are prepared for master's programs in exercise science, kinesiology, health promotion, wellness management, athletic training, athletic administration, sport psychology, sport sociology, and therapeutic recreation as well as careers in community, clinical, and corporate sport and exercise settings.
Career opportunites include: