Exercise Science and Sport Studies

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Faculty

Exercise Science and Health Promotion: Dr. Carol M. Biddington | Dr. Marc S. Federico | Dr. Jeffrey R. Hatton | Dr. Barry E. McGlumphy | Dr. Linda P. Meyer | Dr. Laura L. Miller | Dr. Ben Reuter | Dr. Joni Lee Cramer Roh | Dr. Christine Romani-Ruby | Dr. Ronald W. Wagner | Dr. Ellen J. West | Dr. Tom West

Health Science and Exercise Leadership: Dr. Carol M. Biddington | Dr. Marc S. Federico | Dr. Jeffrey R. Hatton | Dr. Rebecca Hess | Dr. Barry E. McGlumphy | Dr. Linda P. Meyer | Dr. Brian Oddi | Dr. Ellen J. West | Dr. Tom West

Sport Management Studies: Dr. Carol M. Biddington | Dr. Mary Kreis | Dr. Robert G. Taylor | Dr. Linda P. Meyer | Dr. Laura L. Miller | Dr. Brian Wood 

For faculty bios, visit: https://www.calu.edu/inside/faculty-staff/profiles/

Programs

Cal U offers Exercise Science and Sport Studies programs in:

Master's Degrees

  • Exercise Science and Health Promotion (M.S.), with concentrations in:
    • Applied Sport Science
    • Group Fitness Leadership
    • Nutrition
    • Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention
    • Rehabilitation Sciences
    • Sport Psychology
    • Tactical Strength and Conditioning
    • Wellness and Fitness
    • Wellness Coaching
  • Sport Management Studies (M.S.), with concentrations in:
    • Intercollegiate Athletic Administration
    • Sport Management
    • Strategic Sport Analysis

Note: The Exercise Science and Health Promotion concentrations can be combined to create dual concentration options. When pursuing a dual concentration, students are required to fulfill all of the course requirements for both programs; however, because there is overlap in the courses needed, it generally takes just 48 credits to complete a dual concentration. The exception is any dual concentration that includes Applied Sport Science; in such cases, 54 credits are required. 

Doctorate Degrees

  • Health Science and Exercise Leadership (D.H.Sc.)

Certificates

  • Group Fitness Leadership
  • Intercollegiate Athletic Administration
  • Nutrition
  • Performance Enhancement and Injury Prevention
  • Rehabilitation Sciences
  • Sport Psychology
  • Wellness and Fitness
  • Wellness Coaching

General Program Webpages

Overviews of the programs can be found at: