Master's in Exercise Physiology and Sports Performance


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Promote Recovery, Restore Health, and Rediscover Wellness

A well-designed exercise and nutrition regimen is more than a fad fitness tactic; it’s a research-backed prescription for a healthier life. Students in the CUKC exercise physiology and sports performance program use the science of exercise, nutrition, and the body’s responses to promote wellness, prevent disease, improve health, and restore function.

Maximize Your Health Sciences Education

The M.S. in Exercise Physiology and Sports Performance at CUKC offers focused, 8-week courses year-round. This degree is a natural next step for people who have a bachelor’s degree in the health sciences, like exercise science, human biology, or kinesiology and want a deeper understanding of how the human body functions and desire to help others reach their total wellness, fitness, or performance potential.

Our M.S. in Exercise Physiology and Sports Performance is a 36 credit hour program. With a customizable field experience and the flexibility to choose between independent study or thesis research, the M.S. in Exercise Physiology and Sports Performance provides students the opportunity to get the most out of their post-graduate degree. The curriculum for this 36 credit hour program is mapped to provide students with a certificate in sports performance after the first 12 hours, all offered online, have been completed.

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