The Exercise Science program brings together the disciplines of biomechanics; exercise physiology; motor learning/control; and sport psychology. The masters program provides an M.Ed. with an emphasis in applied areas related to clinical and sport settings. This provides advanced preparation to work in clinical rehabilitation, sports science, and sports nutrition. In the M.S. and Ph.D. programs, students work with a mentor to conduct a focused line of research that contributes to our understanding of human movement. Together, these programs represent the strength of Exercise Science as a field of study and area of practice.