Advance Your Career with a Master’s in Applied Exercise Science
This webinar is an overview of the Applied Exercise Science master’s program, including the online format, financial aid options, faculty members, career outcomes, and more. This webinar is a great opportunity for those interested in joining the program to learn more and have any questions answered by expert faculty and enrollment specialists.
During the seminar, we cover:
- The concentrations available:
- What certifications we prepare you for: NASM (CES, PES), ISSM (CISSN), NSCA (CPT, CSCS)
- What it’s like to be an online student on our anywhere, anytime online learning platform
- How you can afford to go back to school: Our program is ranked the second most affordable online exercise science master’s in the U.S.
- The quick and easy five-step admission process
Don’t miss this chance to have all your questions about our program answered. Fill out the form above to let us know you’ll be joining us on August 9.
About our Presenters
Dr. Vanessa Cazás-Moreno is an adjunct instructor in the master’s program in applied exercise science and the doctoral program in health and human performance. She earned her PhD from Concordia University Chicago in Leadership, Health and Human Performance, and her MSc in Kinesiology from California State University, Fullerton.
She is a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist with Distinction through the NSCA, USA Weightlifting Level 1 certified, and Pregnancy and Postpartum Exercise Specialist.
Currently, she is serving as the NSCA Tennessee State Director (2018 to present) and was awarded the NSCA State Director of the Year in 2020. Her primary research interests are in human performance, specifically strength and conditioning and post-activation potentiation.
Dr. Fredrick Peters, ACSM-EP, is an assistant professor for the Applied Exercise Science Masters program. He is an ACSM Exercise Physiologist, an ACSM Health & Fitness Journal Editorial Board Member, and the founder of The Fitness Doctor, an organization out of Ohio that provides individualized personal training, nutrition counseling, and health and wellness counseling. His research interests include aging and neurological disorders that limit movement and recovery, exercise and effect on neurological rehabilitation, physical responses to physiological stress, muscular response and recovery, health, nutrition, and obesity.