The Master of Science in rehabilitation science at California University of Pennsylvania offers students a well-rounded and challenging curriculum.
This health care-focused track is designed for the health/fitness professional who has a background in rehabilitation settings such as athletic training rooms, physical therapy clinics, chiropractic offices and other treatment settings. Research and current issues in musculoskeletal rehabilitation and biomechanical assessment will be a focus of the courses. Students enrolled in this track are prepared to take the National Academy of Sports Medicine (NASM) Corrective Exercise Specialist (CES) certification.
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Get a description of each of Cal U's Rehabilitation Science courses from our Course Catalog here.
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Below is a recommended framework of courses for completing the degree.
Core Courses24 Credits
|PRF 700||Orientation to Exercise Science and Wellness||3|
|PRF 701||Advanced Topics in SAQ and Endurance Training||3|
|PRF 705||Industrial, Clinical and Corporate Wellness||3|
|PRF 715||Business and Entrepreneurship in the Fitness Industry||3|
|PRF 720||Essentials of Human Movement Science||3|
|PRF 760||Leadership and Professional Development||3|
|PRF 765||Nutrition for Peak Performance||3|
|PRF 770||Exercise Physiology: Assessment and Exercise Prescription|
Master of Science in Exercise Science and Health Promotion: Rehabilitation Science Track12 credits
|PRF 820||Research in Rehabilitation||3|
|PRF 712||Corrective Exercise in Rehabilitation||3|
|PRF 752||Corrective Exercise Program Design||3|
|PRF 782||Current Topics in Rehabilitation||3|
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