Bachelor of Science in Movement Science
The Movement Science Program at the University of Charleston offers students interested in pursuing a career in fitness/wellness, strength & conditioning, and rehabilitation sciences an interdisciplinary approach to health-care. Academic coursework in biology, exercise physiology, motor development, movement analysis, fitness and strength & conditioning provide students a strong educational foundation followed by real-world hands-on experience.
Students must gain general admission to the University of Charleston
To progress in the Movement Science Program and graduate, students must pass their required courses with a C or better and meet all institutional academic requirements of maintaining a 2.0 GPA. The Movement Science Program consists of 120 credit hours that includes a combination of major courses, core courses, elective credit course, and liberal learning outcome courses.
Students must meet all Liberal learning outcomes required for graduation by the University of Charleston.