After completing a Bachelor of Science, scholars may choose to further their education with a Master of Science. This graduate degree program can take one to two years for a full-time student to finish.
What is an MSc in Personal Training? It is a field of study that looks at sports medicine, rehabilitation and exercise physiology. Through hands-on training, lectures and discussions, participants learn how to teach others to work out. The required courses for this type of program may include advanced human physiology, biomechanics and kinesiology, exercise physiology, medical terminology, advanced athletic training and intro to psychology. Before graduation, students may be expected to complete a dissertation or final project.
An MSc in Personal Training not only teaches students more about physiology, but they also learn how to better interact with those around them. Students may gain communication skills, charisma and leadership needed to succeed as a personal trainer and do well in life.
Students may want to know more about the cost of an MSc in Personal Training before applying to a program. The cost can vary from school to school, so they should contact the schools they want to attend to learn more.
A master’s degree in personal training often prepares students to be coaches or athletic directors at a high school or college. Graduates may also go on to become trainers for professional sporting or performing groups. Other potential careers for people with this education include physical therapy assistant, athletic trainer, fitness instructor, occupational therapy aide and strength coach. Of course, some students end up furthering their education or using transferrable skills to enter careers in law enforcement or business.
This type of program may be available around the world and online. To learn more, search for your program below and contact directly the admission office of the school of your choice by filling in the lead form.
From pre-game taping to practice and game medical coverage to injury assessment and rehabilitation, Plymouth State University’s Master of Science (MS) degree programs in
From pre-game taping to practice and game medical coverage to injury assessment and rehabilitation, Plymouth State University’s Master of Science (MS) degree programs in athletic training will prepare you for success on and off the field. Working closely with faculty members who are experienced and respected professionals in athletic training, students like you will have opportunities to excel. If your goal is to become a BOC certified athletic trainer or expand your education as a certified athletic trainer, Plymouth State’s Professional or Post-professional programs in athletic training will help you get there.
Choose from one of two athletic training programs:
Professional Program (for those seeking to become a Certified Athletic Trainer) or
Post-Professional Program in Higher Education (for Certified Athletic Trainers wishing to advance their knowledge and seek a career in Higher Education)
Why choose Plymouth State for your master’s degree in athletic training?
Immediate hands-on experience working with student-athletes, health care professionals, and faculty who are leaders in the field.
On-site athletic training experiences at various clinical education sites, including Plymouth State University athletics, Holderness School, New Hampton School, Tilton School, and Plymouth Regional High School.
Small class sizes. With approximately twelve graduate students per class in the Professional Program, you’ll get the one-on-one interaction with faculty that larger athletic training programs often can’t offer.
Graduate assistantships are available to students enrolled in the Post-Professional in Higher Education program.
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