Marywood Alum Saves Life
Open House - April 15th, 2016
We will be hosting an open house for students who are interested in studying athletic training, exercise science, or related academic programs, which include kinesiology, exercise physiology, physical therapy, occupational therapy, and nutrition. This will be a full day of fun, hands-on learning experience free for all high school students. This is a great opportunity to explore the college learning environment, learn about laboratory equipment, exercise testing, and speak with university professors and students about the programs offered, specific areas of study, and future careers.
Please contact Marywood Human Physiology Lab with any questions.
Phone: (570) 340-6069
Fax; (570) 340-6067
Marywood's Department of Health and Physical Education offers three undergraduate majors:
Our Athletic Training program prepares you to sit for the Board of Certification (BOC) exam to become a certified athletic trainer.
Our Teacher Education major prepares you to teach health and physical education in kindergarten through 12th grade. It is accredited by the National Council for Accreditation of Teacher Education (NCATE) and approved by the Pennsylvania Department of Education.
Our Exercise Science program is designed for those interested in becoming personal trainers, strength and conditioning coaches, and health and fitness instructors. Students will also be prepared for graduate school in Exercise Physiology and post-graduate work in Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, and Physician's Assistant programs.
- Small class size
- Hands-on clinical experiences for six semesters for athletic training students
- Expansive list of clinical sites: high schools, universities, colleges, and physical therapy clinics for athletic training clinical experiences.
- Human Physiology Lab is used extensively to provide clinical based experiences for Exercise Science students. The HPL is a state of the art facility located in the Center for Athletics and Wellness.
- 240 hours of Practicum experience for Exercise Science students.