Carroll University is now accepting applications for its Master of Science in Exercise Physiology program with an emphasis on strength and conditioning
. The program provides students with the breadth and depth of knowledge, application skill and abilities for a career in sport performance enhancement. Related high-demand careers for the program include performance coach, sport scientist, strength and conditioning coach/coordinator and tactical facilitator, among others.
The accelerated, 15-month curriculum features learning opportunities such as:
- Two courses that work directly with the NCAA Division III athletic department at Carroll
- Collaboration on strength and conditioning research with faculty members
- Access to state-of-the-art exercise science laboratories in Doug and Nancy Hastad Hall and Ganfield Gymnasium
- Hands-on experience during a full-time internship in a setting that matches career goals
"This new program blends the latest scientific evidence with current application principles," said Tom Pahnke
, interim dean of the College of Health Sciences. "Students in the program will have the opportunity to experience extensive hands-on internships in the high school, college or performance center settings as they work towards a career in improving human performance."
Carroll University also offers a Master of Science in Exercise Physiology with a clinical emphasis
as well as several other master's level programs and a Doctorate in Physical Therapy.