Master of Science in Exercise Physiology

Carroll's Master of Science in Exercise Physiology (MEXP) program offers small, convenient classes that put the focus on you. Our program provides an innovative curriculum taught by faculty with a reputation of teaching excellence and innovation. Extensive hands-on experience both in and outside the classroom prepares you for future job success. The clinical focus of the MEXP program includes more than 700 hours of clinical internships and prepares you to immediately sit for the ACSM-RCEP exam upon graduation. You'll be prepared for careers in inpatient and outpatient cardiopulmonary rehabilitation, stress testing, preventive cardiology programs and various wellness related settings that cater to clients with current or ongoing health conditions.

About the Master of Science in Exercise Physiology Program

Exercise physiology is the scientific study of the physiological mechanisms underlying human movement. Our program focuses on developing the skills and abilities for the comprehensive design and delivery of programs and services to include assessment, enhancement of health and fitness, the prevention, treatment and management of chronic diseases and/or disabilities.

Carroll University’s exercise physiology program prepares qualified professionals at the master's level to work in clinical rehabilitation settings, health promotion/preventative settings and college/university settings. Upon graduation, our students possess the breadth and depth of knowledge and skills in the field to sit for a variety of clinical and related specialty certifications, and/or doctoral level work in exercise physiology or other allied health disciplines.

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Meet the Faculty

Dr. Jessica Brown

Dr. Jessica Brown

Assistant Professor of Exercise Science - Applied Clinical Practice




Brian Edlbeck

Brian Edlbeck

Clinical Assistant Professor of Exercise Science and Exercise Physiology




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Dr. Jamie Krzykowski

Clinical Assistant Professor of Athletic Training and Exercise Physiology




Thomas Pahnke

Thomas Pahnke

Interim Dean of the College of Health Sciences and Clinical Associate Professor of Athletic Training, Exercise Physiology and Physical Therapy, Chair of the Department of Human Movement Sciences




Dr. Daniel Shackelford

Dr. Daniel Shackelford

Assistant Professor of Exercise Science




Dr. Timothy Suchomel

Dr. Timothy Suchomel

Assistant Professor of Exercise Science




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