Exercise science students conduct health screenings at the annual
Baker students learn in small classes taught by full professors.
Train on the equipment you will use in the field or in graduate school.
Students perform a variety of laboratory exercises that reinforce the lessons learned in the classroom.
- The exercise science program is part of the Department of Behavioral & Health Sciences
- Most classes and faculty offices are located in Mabee Hall.
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Bachelor's Degree in Exercise Science
Small classes ensure that you will work closely with faculty in the classroom and the lab to gain a strong foundation in human anatomy and physiology, exercise physiology, kinesiology, therapeutic exercise, nutrition, fitness and health.
Baker students learn in small classes taught by full professors. You will gain knowledge inside the classroom and then learn how the subject matter is applied outside the classroom through guest speakers, group projects, trips and practical experience.
Full-Semester Clinical Experience
Gain real-world experience through a semester of clinical experience. Recent clinicals have taken place at local hospitals, physical therapy clinics, fitness centers, public schools and universities.
Preparation for Graduate School
The combination of classroom work and practical experience prepares Baker exercise science majors for the following graduate programs:
Preparation for a Career
Exercise science majors find employment in public organizations, private businesses and corporations and health care organizations in the following fields: