Exercise Science

Program Options


Bachelor of Science (B.S.)

Masters (M.Ed./M.S.)

Graduate Certificate in
Movement Skill Analysis


Program Profile


Department of Kinesiology

 

The Exercise Science program prepares students for professional programs such as medicine, physical therapy, and occupational therapy and for graduate study in exercise science sub-disciplines of Biomechanics, Exercise Physiology, and Motor Behavior. Course work emphasizes physiological, biomechanical, and psychological aspects of human function in response to exercise and physical activity.

Accreditation

Auburn University holds regional accreditation through the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS).

Student Organizations

Physical Therapy/Occupational Therapy Club

Program Faculty

Wendi Weimar

Mark Fischman

Bruce Gladden

Dr. Wendi Weimar
Associate Professor and
Program Coordinator
334.844.1468

Dr. Mark Fischman
Wayne T. Smith
Distinguished Professor
334.844.1465

Dr. Bruce Gladden
Humana-Germany-Sherman
Distinguished Professor
334.844.1466

Heidi Kluess

David Pascoe

John Quindry

Dr. Heidi Kluess
Assistant Professor
334.844.1844

Dr. David Pascoe
Humana-Germany-Sherman
Distinguished Professor
334.844.1479

Dr. John Quindry
Assistant Professor
334.844.1421

Leah Robinson

Mary Rudisill

JoEllen Sefton

Dr. Leah Robinson
Associate Professor
334.844.8055

Dr. Mary Rudisill
Wayne T. Smith
Distinguished Professor and Department Head
334.844.1458

Dr. JoEllen Sefton
Associate Professor
334.844.1694

Last Updated: Feb 04, 2013

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