Strength & Conditioning – School of Education & Human Development

Strength & Conditioning

The Strength and Conditioning/Fitness Entrepreneurship graduate track is specifically designed to produce highly qualified and elite practitioners in the field of athletic performance.

It is intended to prepare students for jobs in Division I and professional sports or fitness administration. The program emphasizes practice-based instruction promoting proficiency in cutting edge programming and implementation; including practical requirements in functional and corrective exercises, advanced strength training, Olympic weight lifting, speed, agility and quickness training, as well as training for competitive endurance sports

Academic Area Contact

Brian Biagioli

Graduate Program Director: Strength and Conditioning, Department of Kinesiology and Sport Sciences


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