Through a variety of academic, recreational, and athletic opportunities offered by the Department of Human Movement Sciences, students have the opportunity to broaden their academic knowledge, participate in active learning experiences, and develop as professionals in the field of exercise science.
The Department of Human Movement Sciences offers two majors: Exercise Science and Athletic Training. For more information about these programs, please contact Carrie Albright, Ph.D., at firstname.lastname@example.org or 610-647-4400 ext. 3678.
Exercise Science Major
The Exercise Science major provides a science-based liberal arts education to prepare students in the scientific basis of human movement as it relates to motor performance, injury/disease rehabilitation and improved health and fitness.
Athletic Training Major
The Athletic Training major provides a liberal arts education with an emphasis on science to students who are interested in pursuing careers as athletic trainers. Through coursework, research, and clinical rotations, this major trains students to prevent, diagnose, and treat neuromuscular conditions in physically active individuals.