M.S. in Applied Exercise and Health Science


Cycling

The Master of Science (M.S.) with a major in Applied Exercise and Health Science (AEHS) is an exciting new graduate degree program which blends theory with practical application and laboratory-based instruction to prepare future leaders in the exercise and health science field. Program highlights include:

  • A 36 semester hour program with a focus on Exercise Physiology.
  • The program features a choice among three capstone experiences: 1) Administrative Field Experience, 2) Master’s Project, or 3) a Research Thesis.
  • Enrollment available on a full-time or part-time basis with classes one day per week in the early evening.
  • Program is delivered in a new state-of-the-art Prillaman Hall which provides study areas, computer labs, a Graduate lounge, and private group meeting areas for students.
  • Graduate Research Assistant opportunities are available working with individual faculty members, in one of our research labs, or as an activity course instructor.
  • Instruction in our state-of-the-art exercise physiology and biomechanics labs (see photos below).

 

 

 

Biomechanics Lab Exercise Physiology Lab
Bod Pod
IDXA

 

DXA Class Blood Work Treadmill

 

 

For information about the graduate program, please contact Dr. Cherilyn Hultquist .