The Exercise Science track prepares students for careers in strength and conditioning, exercise leadership, and personal training, among others. Many students continue on to graduate studies in exercise science. Courses include learning objectives for the American College of Sports Medicine’s Certified Exercise Physiologist (EP-C).
The Pre-Physical Therapy track is for students who are interested in applying exercise science to careers including, but not limited to, physical therapy, physician assistant, nutrition, and nursing. This program is designed so the student may fulfill prerequisite courses necessary for application to professional school programs, while studying exercise science.
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Offered in conjunction with New York Medical College and New York Institute of Technology.
The program is designed to prepare students to work with a wide variety of populations including high level and recreational athletes as well as people who are diagnosed with cardiovascular, pulmonary, neurological, orthopedic and metabolic problems.
Graduates of the Exercise Science Program go on to careers in Clinical Exercise Physiology, Cardiac Rehabilitation, Personal Training and Strength and Conditioning. Some pursue doctoral degrees in Allied Health, Medical School, and Exercise Physiology.
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Optional emphasis in adult fitness/cardiac rehabilitation, research or sports medicine.