The Master of Science in Exercise Physiology Program can be completed as a full-time student. Full-time enrollment is considered nine or more graduate credits per semester or term. Both concentrations within the Master of Science in Exercise Physiology Program require a total of 58 credit hours to include 10 credits of core requirements, 36-39 credits of concentration requirements (including practicum/internship courses) and 9-12 credits of electives. Each cohort starts in the fall semester. The course schedules indicate the course sequencing for full-time enrollment.
Master of Science in Exercise Physiology Courses
The M.S. in Exercise Physiology Program is offered as a full-time, education program. The curriculum includes the following number of courses:
- 4 core courses
- 11-14 concentration courses
- 3-4 elective courses
Master of Exercise Physiology Graduate Course Schedules:
Practicums and Internships
Students in the clinical concentration will accumulate a minimum of 600 hours of clinical experience through practicums I-IV. Recommended experiences would reflect the minimum requirements for becoming an RCEP:
- Cardiovascular: 200 hours
- Pulmonary: 100 hours
- Metabolic: 120 hours
- Orthopedic/musculoskeletal: 100 hours
- Neuromuscular: 40 hours
- Immunological/hematological: 40 hours
Students in the strength and conditioning concentration will complete a minimum of 400 hours in internships I-III.