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Sport and movement science offers students a strong academic program with state-of-the-art labs and other facilities. Clinical and non-clinical tracks allow students to pursue the educational and career paths that fit their needs. Required internships add real-world experience to students' classroom work.

Jobs in exercise science fields are expected to grow by up to 10 percent in the next decade. Industries include elementary, secondary and higher education, recreation, health care and more. Average salaries for jobs requiring bachelor's degrees range from $41,000 to $83,000.

Degree Programs

Undergraduate and Combined Undergraduate/Graduate Degrees

  • Physical Education, Teacher Prep

    BS/M.Ed
    Combined Undergraduate + Graduate

    If you see yourself as a physical education teacher, the dual degree 4+1 program is the way to get there. Major in sports and movement science and minor in education to reach your teaching goals.

Minors and Concentrations

Graduate Degrees

  • Physical Education, Advanced Studies

    M.Ed
    Graduate

    If you have a prior degree in physical education, sport and movement science or exercise science and you want to start a career as a physical education teacher, this is the path for you.

Certificates and Licensure Programs

  • Sport Development and Management

    Certificate
    Graduate

    Unique and versatile, the graduate certificate in sport development and management is designed to prepare graduates to move into leadership positions at any profit and non-profit sport, fitness and leisure organization. This program expands and deepens professional knowledge of strategic aspects of sport management such as finance, marketing, event and facility management. The program also explores the world’s most systematic and progressive ways to develop sporting organizations and services with a focus on lifelong nurturing of participants for better performance, health, education, and social harmony.

    Learn more about Sport Development and Management

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