Strength and Conditioning Graduate Certificate
Certificate Requirements: 12 Credit Hours
For admission to the Strength and Conditioning certificate program, the applicant must:
A. Have completed requirements for a baccalaureate degree from a regionally-accredited institution;
B. A minimum 2.5 cumulative undergraduate GPA; AND
C. Be admitted to Graduate Studies.
Standards of Progression and Graduation
A. Each student will file a program of study with College of Graduate Studies after a review with his/her advisor.
B. A minimum overall grade point average of B or better must be earned for the certificate to be awarded on the graduate level.
C. Each student will successfully complete a comprehensive assessment administered during the student's last semester of completion.
Program of Study
|SMED 5090G||Nutritional Issues/Sprts Med||3|
|SMED 6030||Evidence-Based Research in Strength & Conditioning||3|
|SMED 6060||Exercise Physiology||3|
|SMED 7070||Theory and Method of Strength & Conditioning||3|
|Total Credit Hours||12|
Post-Certification Admission to MSSN
Students who successfully complete the Program of Study for the graduate certificate in strength and conditioning may be considered for admission into the MSSM program. Students who wish to be considered for admission into the MSSM program upon successful completion of the graduate strength and conditioning certificate must formally apply to the MSSM Program and meet all MSSM admission requirements.
Only 6 credit hours earned during completion of the strength and conditioning certificate may be applied to completion of the MSSM.