Exercise Physiology program overview

The mission of the Exercise Physiology program is to prepare students to be competitive for admission into the graduate health science program of their choosing. We aim to develop students who are capable of being leaders in their field and who embody the Marianist spirit of education including:

  • Educating the whole person through a learning community of challenge and support.
  • Connecting learning to leadership and service.
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Program goals

The specific goals of our program are focused on our students. We aim for students to achieve in the following areas:

  • Academic success: Coursework and standardized tests (e.g. GRE, MCAT, etc).
  • Professional experience: Shadowing and observation.
  • Community service: On- and off-campus.
  • Personal development and growth.

Program highlights

To achieve the goals outlined above, we have tailored the Exercise Physiology program to meet our student’s needs in a number of ways. 

Program highlights include:

  • Comprehensive, yet flexible, curriculum that covers pre-requisite courses for multiple professional programs.
  • One-on-one faculty advisement for scheduling and professional growth.
  • First-year seminar course to introduce professions and process for obtaining experience.
  • Departmental support for and promotion of service opportunities on and off-campus.
  • Encouragement for scholarship in working with faculty and a capstone course requirement that includes a research project.

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Department of Health & Sport Science

Fitz Hall 646 
300 College Park 
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 2968