The University of Vermont's Exercise and Movement Science program engages students in the theory and application of exercise science to the health, fitness and disease prevention of diverse populations.
Students benefit from low student-to-faculty ratios and a program that facilitates early engagement, hands-on experience, and applied interprofessional learning. Laboratory-based coursework introduces students to state-of-the-art technologies and tools, including 3D spatial kinematic modeling, metabolic cart and fitness testing, and DEXA Scan technology. View the Exercise and Movement Science curriculum >>
A wide range of clinical, research, and community experiences exist under the supervision of faculty researchers and clinicians in exercise physiology, adapted physical activity, pediatric obesity, biomechanics, kinesiology, motor control, and exercise psychology. Learn more about our research facilities >>