An Exercise Physiologist studies the acute and chronic physiological responses and adaptations resulting from physical activity. An exercise physiologist can apply this knowledge to improve or maintain health, fitness, or performance. Exercise physiologists are also scientists who investigate the responses and adaptations to muscular activity. They study these in human or animal subjects within a clinical setting, research institute or an academic institution.
Exercise Physiology, B.S. The program has a 36 credit core curriculum which serves as the foundation for the major and students select exercise physiology and non-exercise physiology elective courses to concentrate their studies based on their post baccalaureate career goals. There are four possible concentrations:
See requirements: Visit the academic catalog and scroll to the School of Health Sciences to view degree requirements.
We know the possibilities are endless. You could work as a cardiopulmonary rehabilitation specialist, a personal trainer, a strength and conditioning coach, or direct an employee fitness program. Exercise Physiology also provides the strong foundation that you need to pursue additional education for a career as a physician, a physical therapist, an occupational therapist or athletic trainer. And of course you can pursue advanced study in exercise physiology for a career as a researcher or university instructor. Very often such a person conducts research and teaches academic courses in exercise physiology, environmental physiology, or applied human physiology for students of medicine, physiology, physical education and other health-related fields.
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