Exercise Physiology Major (BS)
Courses cover a range of topics, including physiological assessments, emergency and injury care, laboratory measurement techniques, sports nutrition, and exercise prescription. And you’ll get the knowledge and skills you need to successfully pursue a number of certifications.
The Exercise Physiology Program is a National Strength and Conditioning Association Education Recognition Program. The ERP recognizes and distinguishes schools with strength and conditioning curricula that prepares students for NSCA certification exams.
What can I do with an exercise physiology degree?
- Exercise specialist (CP)
- Sport specific training coach (CP)
- Cardiac rehabilitation specialist (MDP, CP)
- Fitness/wellness director (MDP, CP)
- Industrial rehabilitation specialist/occupational physiologist (MDP, CP)
- Athletic trainer (MDR, CP)
- Collegiate level strength and conditional coach (MDR, CR)
- Occupational therapist (MDR, DDA)
- Physical therapist (DDR, CP)
(MDP, CP) Master’s degree and certifications preferred
(MDR, CP) Master’s degree required and certifications preferred
(MDR, CR) Master’s degree and certifications required
(MDR, DDA) Master’s degree required; doctorate degree available
(DDR, CP) Doctorate degree required and certifications preferred
Accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP)
as an Exercise Science Program.
25400 U.S. Highway 19 North, Suite 158, Clearwater, Fla. 33763
DuAnn Kremer, PhD, ACSM EP-C
Associate Professor of Exercise Physiology
Chair of the Exercise Physiology Department
Coordinator of Clinical Education