Exercise Science is a dynamic department that encourages students to pursue innovative clinical experiences and research using cutting-edge equipment. This research-driven environment involves high quality, hands-on investigations of important and current questions in the field, giving graduates a competitive advantage in the job market.
The I-MOVE Program provides credit bearing courses for all Syracuse University students in a wide variety of health, physical activity, and skill areas. These classes endorse education as their central mission along with promoting safe and lifelong participation in health-enhancing physical activity. Visit the I-MOVE website for more information and courses available.
Exercise Science Research
The Department's research portfolio is strong and diverse. In recent years funding agencies that sponsor research within the Department include the National Institutes of Health, the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Life Fitness and the National Institute on Disability and Rehabilitation Research, along with numerous foundations such as the Woodrow Wilson Foundation, Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the American College of Sports Medicine.
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