The graduate program in Exercise Physiology is centered on research conducted both independently and in a classroom setting. Students who finish the program are well-prepared for research in the exercise physiology field, clinical work, and strength and conditioning. Often, graduates perform clinical work associated with exercise and health, work in strength and conditioning programs, and serve as coaches. Additionally, all graduates of the program who have applied to doctoral programs have been accepted. The diverse group of professors in the program has completed cardiopulmonary research, as well as research in the areas of biomechanical electromyography and applied strength and conditioning. With an 8:1 student-to-faculty ratio, professors are able to provide students with the individualized attention they need to flourish in an academic setting.

Master of Science in Exercise Physiology - 30 or 36 Hours

Application Requirements
Application requirements must be submitted to the Office of Admissions.
Application to McAda Graduate School
• $50 Application Fee
• Official Transcripts (from all institutions attended other than MSU)

Delivery Method
• Face to Face

Application Instructions: How to Apply
Program Website:
Exercise Physiology
Graduate Coordinator:
 Dr. Frank Wyatt