NORTHFIELD, Vt. —
National Strength and Conditioning Association approval is valid for three years
Norwich University’s Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science degree program has earned approval through the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Education Recognition Program (ERP), which is valid for three years.
The program, housed in the university’s Department of Health and Human Performance, offers education in exercise science with specific tracks in strength and conditioning for sports and tactical athletes as well as preclinical preparation. Other programs in the department include health science, physical education and a Master of Athletic Training program launching in fall 2022.
The recognition letter states: “A successful career in strength and conditioning or personal training begins with a quality classroom education that is backed by the NSCA seal of approval. This includes the right certifications, professional development, and networking that can only be found through the NSCA.”
This membership includes new resources for Norwich, including advertising its program and future jobs in the association's materials and at its national meeting, along with exclusive scholarship opportunities and certification discounts for students.
“This is a great honor and an acknowledgment that Norwich programs are world-class,” College of Science and Mathematics Dean Dr. Michael B. McGinnis said. “This also benefits our students, creating access to national-level certifications accepted worldwide.”
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