Exercise Physiology

The Exercise Physiology track is designed to provide students with an advanced knowledge/understanding of the physiological effects of exercise, as well as the ability to apply this information in helping clients/patients/athletes improve their fitness, health, and/or sport performance.  Students completing this track are well-prepared to perform successfully in a variety of professional settings, including cardiopulmonary rehabilitation programs, corporate fitness/wellness programs, sport performance programs, or community/commercial fitness facilities. This track also prepares students wishing to pursue additional graduate study, or future training in allied health professions such as physical or occupational therapy.  Coursework in this track includes:

  • KIN 553 Physiology of Exercise (3)
  • KIN 554 Exercise Stress Testing and Electrocardiogram Evaluation (3)
  • KIN 566 Cardiorespiratory Physiology (3)
  • KIN 573 Laboratory Applications in Exercise Physiology (3)









Exercise Physiology Lab
Exercise Physiology Lab in Brophy Hall
Biochemistry Lab
Biochemistry Lab in Brophy Hall