The Department of Exercise Sciences values the human being as sacred and seeks to strengthen both body and spirit by attaining, advancing, and disseminating knowledge in the disciplines of human exercise and performance, injury and rehabilitation, and wellness while inviting divine inspiration to guide our efforts.
Graduate programs within the Department of Exercise Sciences are designed to provide an atmosphere where increased knowledge and practice prepare students to become leaders in their professions, families, communities, and the world. Instruction takes the form of lectures and laboratory courses, seminars, examinations, independent study, research, and teaching experiences. In addition to working with department faculty, graduate students have the option of performing cross disciplinary research with faculty in nutrition science that research topics of interest to exercise science.
Areas of specialization: Exercise Sciences, Health Promotion, Exercise Physiology, Athletic Training.