Degree Programs Created By the Industry For the Industry
Individuals like you have a passion to change lives. That’s why we've designed our programs to help you maximize your potential to help others. Record-breaking obesity rates, overweight children, aging baby boomers, and the current health insurance crisis have carved a unique space for qualified fitness professionals to make a difference through exercise and nutrition. Get your degree in Exercise Science and start a career that makes a difference.
Do What You Love
Turn your gym-going passion into a career. Start bettering yourself and your clients while doing what you love.
Getting your degree is the best way to stand out. It sets you apart and opens the door for new opportunities.
Become an Expert
Earn more certifications in Health and Fitness while getting your degree. Take advantage and become an expert.
Associate of Science in Exercise Science
Your foundation as a professional
On average, trainers with an associate degree earn $10,000 more per year* than trainers who don't have a degree. Set your foundation with the Associate of Science in Exercise Science.
AS-ES Program Objectives
Get more information on what the program has to offer and how it will mold you as an industry professional.
AS-ES Program Curriculum
Explore coursework options and credit requirements, and discover the skills you will acquire from getting your associate degree.
Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science
On average, trainers with a bachelor degree earn $20,000 more per year* than trainers who don't have a degree. Study what you love. Set yourself apart. Impact your world.
BS-ES Program Objectives
Get more information on what the program has to offer and how it will mold you as an industry leader.
BS-ES Program Curriculum
Explore coursework options and credit requirements, and discover the skills you will acquire from getting your bachelor degree.
*Statistic compares the median salary of $39,210 for personal trainers as reported by bls.gov to AS degree + 3 years experience (length of associate program) and BS degree + 6 years experience (length of bachelor program) using www1.salary.com.