Prospective Students

Prospective Students

Students majoring in Sport and Exercise Science (SEPX) complete a combination of basic and applied science courses to explore how the human body functions during physical activity and exercise. As part of the curriculum students will apply the principles and concepts of biology, chemistry, physics, anatomy, and physiology, biomechanics, exercise physiology, nutrition and exercise psychology to the study of the human body's responses and adaptions to acute and chronic bouts of physical activity and exercise. Students are also required to complete internships that provide the opportunity to apply their knowledge in a workplace setting. SPEX courses are practically-based and require in-person attendance, so online options are not available.

If you are interested in the SPEX program, please click on the link below that applies to you for more information. Do not hesitate to contact Kari Berkas, the Program Coordinator, at for more information.

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Kari Berkas
Program Coordinator