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The Department of Exercise Sciences offers two BS degrees, an entry-level MAT degree (clinical, research optional), an MS degree (thesis required), and a PhD degree (dissertation required). The Department Mission and Objectives guide the program areas at each level. Each program also has a set of goals that pilot individual programs.

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