Make Your Move Into a Career That Matters
Impact individuals and athletes by supporting their rehabilitation, strength and conditioning. Apply your knowledge and skills to help them live better lives.
Earn Your Degree in Exercise Science at Sacred Heart University
Sacred Heart’s Exercise Science programs fully immerse students in the field through state-of-the-art facilities, an engaged faculty with a wide range of research interests, and a variety of clinical and community experiences.
Students can pursue study of exercise science through a variety of programs:
Get moving. Learn more about Sacred Heart’s Exercise Science programs today.
CT Post: 11 Honored at Annual Kennedy Center Awards Dinner
April 24, 2018
"Volunteer of the Year: Exercise Science Club of Sacred Heart University | Members of the science club volunteered in two Kennedy Center programs this past year. The Kennedy Center said the club embodies what it means to be an agent of change."
Professor Works with Community Partners to Combat New Bridgeport Policy
April 11, 2018
Sacred Heart University Exercise Science Professor and Master of Public Health Director Anna Greer is leading a series of workshops and training to promote safety for Bridgeport students who walk to school. Her efforts began in response to a 2017 Bridgeport policy that states all high school youth living within two miles and elementary youth living within a mile and a half of their school would no longer receive bus service.
Pioneer Performance Center to Host RUNScience Clinic
November 6, 2017
THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELED: Sacred Heart University’s Pioneer Performance Center will host RUNScience, an annual, evidence-based sports science clinic for local running coaches and athletes, Dec. 3, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., at SHU’s Center for Healthcare Education. “Participants will learn about the most up-to-date running information in biomechanics, nutrition, physiology and strength and conditioning,” says Rich Marcello, SHU clinical exercise scientist and instructor in the Department of Exercise Science. Connecticut high school coaches and teachers who take part in the clinic will receive certificates of completion for professional development credit.