Exercise and Movement Science

Develop the framework to understand and analyze human movement and prepare to work in a wide range of fitness and athletic settings. 


What You’ll Learn:

  • Concepts in biomechanics, nutrition, research, exercise assessment and prescription, and programming.
  • Course material for the national Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist (CSCS) exam.

What You’ll Do:

  • Select a track of study in applied exercise and coaching or healthcare provider prep.
  • Complete an internship that aligns with your career goals. 

Where You’ll Go:

  • Healthcare systems, fitness organizations, and athletic settings.
  • Prestigious graduate schools for physical therapy or other healthcare and medical fields. 

Program Level: Undergraduate

Offered As: Major

College/School: Health & Behavioral Sciences

Learn Through Experience

Students conduct research in the Exercise and Movement Science Lab.

Internships and Career Advancement

Research Opportunities

Exercise and Movement Science Lab

In Bryant’s new Exercise and Movement Science Lab, you’ll have access to the best equipment in the exercise and science field, including strength training machines that use air pressure, a BOD POD that measures body composition, a bioelectrical impedance analysis scale, cardiac rehabilitation bikes, high-end treadmills with harness systems and metabolic carts, portable metabolic systems, and an advanced motion capture system. 

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