Exercise Physiology Specialization
MS in Movement Science
Choosing Barry for your master's in Movement Science, with an Exercise Physiology specialization, will provide you with a number of distinct advantages:
- Our faculty possess strong academic credentials and extensive experience in the field.
- Your degree preparation includes a broad exposure to the fitness and wellness industry through site observations, practicums, and internships.
- Our ideal South Florida location gives you access to incomparable practical opportunities.
- Our 2100 sq. ft. Human Performance Laboratory and its state-of-the-art equipment offers you the opportunity for extensive hands-on experience.
This specialization within Barry's graduate program in Movement Science prepares graduates for career opportunities in sport performance and clinical exercise physiology, with emphasis on developing professional practices in clinical and sport performance settings and on exercise physiology research. The Exercise Physiology graduate program curriculum offers advanced coursework as well as extensive opportunities for research and clinical and sport performance practice in the state-of-the-art Human Performance Laboratory.
The Exercise Physiology graduate curriculum includes a 15 credit-hour core in Movement Science, 15 credit-hours in Exercise Physiology, and 6 credit-hours in one of the two Exercise Physiology tracks: Physiology of Sport Performance or Clinical Exercise Physiology. Coursework in the tracks broaden the areas of preparation.