The Department of Health and Fitness Sciences offers five undergraduate majors: BS Athletic Training, BS Exercise Science, BS Physical Education, BA Physical Education K-12, BA Health K-12. Additionally, there are four minors: Coaching, Strength and Conditioning, Fitness Management, and Health and Wellness.
For more information on these degrees, email H-FSciences@lindenwood.edu.
Lindenwood University now offers a Master of Science in Human Performance.
The graduate curriculum for the Human Performance program provides a strong scientific basis for students seeking advanced degrees in the health and allied health professions as well as those seeking practical skills for employment in the health and fitness industry. The coursework gives individuals strong working knowledge in cardiac rehabilitation and corporate fitness. The program is designed for four consecutive semesters of nine credits each, and an additional lab credit, totaling 37 credits.
Below are two helpful downloadable documents about the master’s program curriculum and admissions requirements.
Program Planning Worksheet
For more information on the master’s degree, contact Dr. Cynthia Schroeder at email@example.com.