The New Strength & Conditioning minor has met the criteria to be accepted as a National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) Educationally Recognized Strength and Conditioning Program.
The NSCA is the world leader in delivering scientific, peer-reviewed research about strength and conditioning. This acceptance allows students enrolled within the Strength & Conditioning Minor an exam registration discount on the Certified Strength & Conditioning Specialist and Certified Personal Trainer Certifications (Tier-One Exercise Science / Strength & Conditioning Certifications).
Dr. Nick Bacon, assistant professor in the department of sport science,created and successfully applied for the Strength & Conditioning Minor to be recognized by the NSCA. The new minor begins in fall 2013 with itsinaugural course, Optimizing Human Performance (STR 4110). (image – NSCA Logo.jpg)