Exercise Science (Pre-Athletic Training)

This track examines the function of the body under the stress of acute and chronic physical activity. Exercise physiologists promote health and wellness, prevent illness and disability, restore health and well-being, and help athletes reach their potential in sports training and performance.

What You'll Study

Exercise Science (Pre-Athletic Training)

The Exercise Science Track examines the function of the body under the stress of acute and chronic physical activity. Exercise Scientists promote health and wellness, prevent illness and disability, restore health and well-being, and help athletes reach their potential in sports training and performance. Upon completion of the program, you will be eligible to take health and fitness certification examinations including the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) and the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Graduates of the Exercise Science Track are also eligible to apply to graduate programs, including the Master of Science in Athletic Training Program.

Topics covered include:

  • Human Anatomy and Physiology I & II
  • Biomechanics
  • Applied Sport and Exercise

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Program Highlights

  • Scholarships: From honorariums to full-tuition waivers, scholarships exist to reward your hard work and dedication to the major. Find more information here.
  • Field Experience: As a Health Science major you will be required to complete a professional field experience that serves as a culminating experience linking academic preparedness to an experience that matches your career goals and aspirations. 
  • Professional Preparation: The Exercise Science Track also prepares students for entry into graduate programs that require an undergraduate degree heavily focused in the human and natural sciences for admission including:
    •  Athletic Training
    • Biochemistry
    • Biomechanics
    • Epidemiology
    • Exercise Physiology
    • Exercise Psychology
    • Kinesiology
    • Motor Control and Learning
    • Nutrition
    • Sports Medicine
  • Facilities: Lock Haven University provides exceptional, state-of-the-art facilities for the Health Science program. There are athletic training facilities, an exercise physiology lab, rehabilitation center, and gross human anatomy (cadaver dissection) lab. 
  • Health Science Club: The Health Science Club is dedicated to engaging the entire LHU and surrounding community in health awareness and health improvement activities. We have over 200 members and are open to all LHU students, but primarily consist of Health Science majors. The club participates in various activities around campus and the community including:
      • The Hunger Bowl for Hunger Awareness Month
      • Pink Ribbon Sales for Breast Cancer Awareness
      • Community Clinics and Health Fairs
      • LHU Adopt a Family Christmas Project
      • Relay for Life
      • LHU Health Fair
      • Field trips to the Bodies Exhibition in New York

Meet Our Faculty

THIS PROGRAM’S FACULTY

 

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Dr. Curt Dixon
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Dr. Dan Gales
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Dr. Jeanine Page
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Dr. Louis Widmann

Want to Know More?

Exercise Science (Pre-Athletic Training)

Eric Lippincott
113 Willis Health Professions Building, Lock Haven University
(570) 484-2781

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8:00am to 4:00pm Monday-Friday
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