The Fitness, Conditioning, and Performance program prepares you for a career and certification in personal training or strength and conditioning. It will also provide you a solid foundation for athletic training, coaching, and other sport related areas.
You will complete a six hour internship with your coursework. This program is open to any undergraduate student on campus. There are no minimum admission requirements. If you are interested in the program, speak with your academic advisor.
Our faculty conduct a variety of research in their laboratories from the mechanisms of muscle hypertrophy to the psychophysiology of exercise adherence. If you are interested in advancing science in sport performance and fitness, this program is for you.
The Fitness, Conditioning, and Performance faculty engage in outreach efforts to improve the lives of people of all ages in the community. Some programs include Tiger Fit health and fitness assessments, biomechanic analyses on athletes, and stress reduction and mindfulness training. You can assist in these efforts and help optimize performance, even as an undergraduate student.
For more information about the undergraduate program, contact an academic advisor.
For additional information, contact the Program Coordinator.