Curriculum | M.S. in Sport Physiology and Performance Coaching

The Carroll University Master of Science in Sport Physiology and Performance Coaching is offered in two ways.  The accelerated 15-month, 40-credit program beginning in the summer and the 24 month , 40 credit program, beginning in the fall, for those looking for a more gradual pace. 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 lab 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 program has an applied curriculum. Graduates of the program will possess knowledge and skills related to sport physiology, program design to optimize training goals, and coaching and professional relationships. 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 program, 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 Sport Physiology and Performance Coaching program will focus on the abilities to:


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