Leonardo D'Acquisto, Ed.D., Sport Physiology, Kinesiology, Human Anatomy
Timothy Burnham, Ph.D., Clinical Physiology, Sport Physiology, Human Anatomy
Vincent Nethery, Ph.D., Clinical Physiology, Sport Physiology, Environmental Physiology, Human Anatomy.
Harry Papadopoulos, Ph.D., Clinical Physiology, Sport Physiology, Physical Activity Interventions
Robert Pritchett, Ph.D., Sport Physiology, Environmental Physiology
Kelly Pritchett, Ph.D., Sports Nutrition, Clinical Nutrition, Eating Disorders
Bryan Contreras, M.S., Sport Physiology, Kinesiology, Biomechanics
Exercise Science graduates use knowledge and skills to assess and improve physical status and functional abilities in both healthy and diseased populations. They enter a world where knowledge and skills related to the role of physical activity in health and disease is of ever increasing prophylactic and prescriptive importance.
Admission to the Exercise Science Programs is selective. For details on eligibility for admission, please see individual programs below, paying special attention to pre-admission requirements.
Students must be admitted to the Exercise Science major prior to enrolling in 300 and above level EXSC classes and a C or better grade is required for all courses in major and minor programs.
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