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Exercise Physiology

Barry University's Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology can help you prepare for a wide variety of health / sport-related careers. You might work in:

Fitness and Wellness Programs

With this degree, you could work in fitness and wellness programs with clients of all ages and fitness levels, including athletes, children, adults, and the elderly. Career options include:

  • Health Fitness Specialist
  • Personal Trainer
  • Group Exercise Instructor

Clinical Programs

You can focus on a number of different clinical settings, including cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation, as well as diabetes and obesity clinics. Careers options include:

  • Clinical Exercise Specialist/Physiologist
  • Cancer Exercise Trainer
  • Special Population Specialist

Exercise Physiology Research

Barry's Exercise Physiology bachelor's will prepare you for graduate degree programs that emphasize research and preparation for a doctorate degree in exercise physiology. This degree can prepare you for a research-related careers that include:

  • laboratory technician,
  • research assistant, or
  • research scientist.

Sport Performance Programs

If your main interest is sports training, the undergraduate Exercise Physiology program at Barry can prepare you to:

  • Strength and Conditioning Specialist
  • Tactical Strength and Conditioning Facilitator
  • Sport Performance Coach

Additional career options

A degree in Exercise Physiology can be your first step toward other health-related careers such as nursing, physical therapy, physician assistant, and medicine. Barry's Exercise Physiology program even offers a pre-med specialization. You will also be prepared for graduate studies in allied health fields.

Want more information regarding Barry's Exercise Physiology program advantages? Ask us a question online or schedule a visit today. Take the first step toward your new career in Exercise Physiology!

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