FAST FACTS: M.S. Exercise Physiology
* Tuition rates are for the 2016-17 academic year. Additional fees and costs for course materials may apply. Total program cost and completion time varies depending on individual program plans. Tuition rates are subject to change.
Movement, activity, exercises — these aren't things you can study while sitting behind a desk. They're elements of an exercise physiology program that are best explored through firsthand experience.
Our Master of Science in Exercise Physiology degree is geared to be an active, participatory program in which you'll spend as much time in the lab as in the library — and learn about all the professional applications of exercise physiology.
Our program is designed to prepare students to access key positions in the health, fitness, athletics, rehabilitation and research fields and to empower them with the knowledge and hands-on experiences to make a successful transition into post-graduate work.
Graduates of the program continue on to a diverse range of clinical and applied settings ranging from health care and fitness/wellness to athletics and entrepreneurial endeavors. Some graduates also choose to pursue graduate and professional degrees to better position themselves for careers in teaching, research, and other healthcare professions.
This program is offered at our Duluth campus as a full- or part-time day program.
Admissions Counselor, Duluth Campus
"I would most definitely recommend the M.S. in EXP to any individual looking to pursue a career in human performance, healthcare, or any health related setting. With the help of faculty, this program will set you up for success wherever your health career path takes you."
– Brendan Willis, M.S. EXP, ‘14, Strength and Conditioning Coach, Impact Sports Training, IST CrossFit
"The exercise physiology program at St. Scholastica is outstanding. The professors in the exercise physiology program at St. Scholastica do an excellent job at exposing students to all realms of the expanding exercise physiology field both through classroom work, engaging discussions and internship work."
– Alicia Roles ‘15, Health Fitness Professional, HealthFitness — 3M location
"The master's program at The College of St. Scholastica set me up for success. I was able to receive my first core cardiac rehab job in the Fairview Health system one month after graduation. After spending 5 years as a core therapist I was promoted to the Supervisor of Cardiac and Pulmonary rehab at Fairview Southdale Hospital."
– Aaron Perfoloski MA/RCEP, CCRP EXP, '06