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Study the Science of Exercise Physiology for a Rewarding Career

Exercise Physiology Programs

The Exercise Physiology degree builds a strong science foundation that leads graduates to use their degrees to continue their education into medical schools, athletic training, physical therapy school and physician assistant programs. 

An undergraduate degree in Exercise Physiology will prepare students for three different professional directions: pre-professional program preparation, exercise physiology research, and exercise physiology careers.

A master's degree in Exercise Physiology can open up new opportunities in research, clinical exercise physiology careers, and careers in human performance when working with high-performing individuals.

Exercise Physiology Degrees at OHIO

  • Undergraduate Exercise Physiology Major

    Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology is the study of how the body responds to the stress of exercise, a field that requires an understanding of the basic sciences such as anatomy and physiology, as well as the applied exercise sciences.

  • Master of Science in Exercise Physiology

    The exercise physiology graduate program provides students with the specialized skills needed to work in either a clinical, research, or field-based environment. Specializations include Research, Clinical and Human Performance.


    Meet our Faculty

    Our faculty members are dedicated to helping students develop the applied skills and a strong science foundation needed for careers in Exercise physiology.


    Join Exercise Physiology Club

    The club organizes professional speakers, engages in community service, and offers professional development to help lead students to success.


    History of Exercise Physiology at OHIO

    The first students enrolled as undergraduate Exercise Physiology majors in 1989. Now the program has more than 400 majors.


    Contact Us

    Our undergraduate and graduate program directors can help answer your questions about our Exercise Physiology programs.