Sports science is an “umbrella” term that covers several specific academic disciplines. These disciplines may be categorized into two main areas:
- Clinical Aspects - medicine, physical therapy, cardiac rehabilitation and health/wellness programs.
- Science Aspects - biomechanics, exercise physiology, nutrition, and sport psychology.
The undergraduate program leading to a Bachelor of Science in Sports Science is designed as a graduate school preparation program since most related career areas will require an advanced degree.
This is a four-year baccalaureate program with students graduating from the College of Health Sciences and Professional Studies. Requirements the Sports Science major include 51 credits of specific courses in the major plus a 22 credits cluster minor. Courses in the cluster minor are selected in consultation with an academic advisor.
To view a brief PowerPoint presentation on the Sports Science program of study, click here:
If you are interested in pursuing a major in Sports Science at NMU, please contact:
Scott Drum, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor – Exercise Science
School of Health, Physical Education, and Recreation
Northern Michigan University
1401 Presque Isle Avenue
Marquette, MI 49855
Web site: www.nmu.edu/hhp