The Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology degree with the Clinical Exercise Physiology concentration provides students with the essential knowledge to work in clinical rehabilitation and corporate fitness programs which focus on improving the quality of life for both healthy individuals and individuals suffering from injuries or chronic diseases.
 
Clinical Exercise Physiology Careers:
Graduates are primarily prepared to work in program areas such as cardiac and pulmonary rehabilitation programs, corporate fitness, hospital wellness programs, and the occupational & physical therapy setting. Other areas may include programs for individuals with diabetes, orthopedic limitations, cancer, osteoporosis, arthritis, programs for the elderly, overweight and/or obese.
 
Clinical Exercise Physiology Health Professional Pathways:
Graduates are prepared for entry into advance and professional study, such as Medicine (physicians and surgeons), Dental, Physical and Occupational Therapy, Optometry, Nursing, Chiropractic, and Physician 
Assistant programs.
 
For more information visit the CEP website: clinicalhealth.msstate.edu

Advisor

Ms. Laura Hilton portrait

Ms. Laura Hilton
Interim Coordinator of Kinesiology Program
Director of Clinical Exercise Physiology Labs
Instructor of Kinesiology

Phone: 601-484-0196
Fax: 601-484-0280
E-mail: lhilton@meridian.msstate.edu

Bachelor of Science in Kinesiology