The Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science Program will prepare you for success. In the program, you’ll study anatomy and physiology, mechanical kinesiology, nutrition, and first aid. You’ll also gain an understanding of exercise physiology and have the opportunity to work toward different certifications. Depending on your future goals, you’ll choose a specific emphasis track and get hands-on experience in that area.
We have the Jack R. Leighton Human Performance Laboratory where qualified students are given the opportunity to interact and counsel clients of varied ages and physical abilities or be involved in research. Laboratory experiences include such things as the administration of exercise tolerance tests, exercise prescription, nutrition information and body composition analysis.