Whether you are a practicing chiropractor, athletic trainer, personal trainer or strength coach, a Master of Science in Sports Science and Rehabilitation can give you the power to change lives while working in the field you love. With the demand for sports science specialists expected to grow 13% by 2024, now is the perfect time to advance your education in human performance.
Logan’s Sport Science and Rehabilitation graduate program is taught by a diverse team of multi-disciplinary instructors who bring unique, real-world perspectives to your health science education. Through rigorous courses in anatomy, exercise physiology, biomechanics and physical therapy, you’ll develop thew skills and confidence to help athletes perform at their best.
Learn more about injury prevention, sports rehabilitation and performance enhancement from virtually anywhere. Logan’s MS-SSR’s courses are offered online with three, 15-week trimesters per year. By choosing either a part or full-time course load, you can complete your exercise science degree on a schedule that works best for you. Offered 100% online, our exercise science program provides invaluable hands-on experience through an internship that can be completed at a facility close to home.
With Logan, gain the experience, training and confidence to excel in the exercise science arena. Graduate students put their education of movement science and injury recovery into action through a hands-on clinical internship in their final trimester. Choose an internship site near you in a variety of environments, including sports teams, performance centers, hospitals, and schools.
Whether a master’s is an extension of your bachelor’s education or a complement to a DC degree, Logan’s nationally ranked MS-SSR is a smart step in building the career of your dreams. Adding an MS-SSR to your DC degree will give you the tools to manage athletes’ health and performance and set you and your patients apart from the competition. At Logan, you can earn your MS-SSR while completing your DC degree. On graduating, you will be eligible to test for certification as a Certified Chiropractic Sports Physician (CCSP) from the American Chiropractic Board of Sports Physicians (ACBSP).