A.T. Still University offers this 15-course, 42-quarter-hour Human Movement
(M.S.) program which is designed to assist students in the development of
comprehensive knowledge of human movement science, functional anatomy,
physiology and kinesiology, as well as functional assessment, program
design, and program adherence. Graduates of the ATSU Human Movement
(M.S.) program will receive the highest quality education in human
movement, performance enhancement, and corrective exercise through a
flexible distance education format that enables healthcare providers and
those practicing human movement, fitness, and wellness to gain the
knowledge, skills, and attitudes necessary to provide leadership in advanced
human movement services. There are three concentration areas to choose
from: Sports Conditioning, Exercise and Sport Psychology, and Geriatric
Exercise Science. ATSU has partnered with the National Academy of Sports
Medicine® (NASM®) in developing the Human Movement (M.S.) program.
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