Strength and Conditioning Curriculum | M.S. in Exercise Physiology

The Carroll University Master of Science in Exercise Physiology program with an emphasis on strength and conditioning is an accelerated 15-month, 40 credit program. The curriculum includes didactic and significant applied practicum and internship courses.

The majority of lectures and labs are offered on the main campus of Carroll University. The main campus houses a state-of-the-art exercise physiology labs and access to Carroll University’s athletic facilities including a 2,400-square-foot weight room, Van Male Field House, Schneider Stadium and Dennis Punches Track and Field Complex.

The strength and conditioning emphasis within the Master of Science in Exercise Physiology Program has an applied curriculum. Graduates of the program will possess general exercise physiology skills and abilities, with an emphasis on exercise and sport physiology, exercise training and adaptations and optimizing performance. In addition, you'll participate in an internship course providing hands-on experience, making you more marketable for employment in your setting of choice. Upon completion of the strength and conditioning focus, you'll be prepared for careers as a strength and conditioning coach/coordinator, performance coach, sport scientist or tactical facilitator.

Curriculum Focus

The Master of Science in Exercise Physiology Program with an emphasis on strength and conditioning will focus on the abilities to: 

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