Official page for the JMU M.S. program in Exercise Physiology. Located within the Department of Kinesiology and College of Health and Behavioral Studies.
The Department of Kinesiology is dedicated to the development of future leaders in professions that maximize the potential of individuals and society through physical activity.
The Department of Kinesiology at James Madison University offers a Master of Science degree with a concentration in Exercise Physiology that includes both a thesis and a non-thesis track. This 33 to 36 credit hour program has an intense focus in exercise physiology. Students in this program receive broad-based preparation in exercise physiology including required coursework in advanced exercise physiology topics, physiological testing, exercise prescription and research. Students may select either the thesis or non-thesis track and will have elective options in the areas of clinical exercise physiology, applied exercise physiology, nutrition, biology and psychology. This program is designed to prepare students to pursue a doctoral degree in a related field or enter a variety of workplaces related to clinical, sport, research, fitness, or health and wellness industries
800 S. Main Street, Department of Kinesiology, MSC 2302, Harrisonburg (VA), 22807, United States