• Exercise Science

    The exercise science program gives students a strong foundation in knowing that human life and all its intricacies are a revealed gift from the creative hand of God. This program explores human movement and its effects on the body with a focus on stewardship of what God has entrusted. With personal health and fitness occupying much of our nation’s attention, exercise science is an excellent way to tap into a plentiful job market whose goal is the promotion of a healthier nation through exercise and fitness programs.This program is completed as a collaborative program with Cornerstone University. 

    In this program, you will:

    • Have a greater understanding of how the human body works and its components.
    • Be equipped to understand the effects of nutrition and exercise.

    Where can Exercise Science graduates work?

    • Corporate and community fitness programs, health clubs, YMCA's, and other related fitness organizations
    • Careers in sales or marketing of medical, fitness, or sports-related equipment. 
    • Graduates can also go onto Graduate School and pursue programs in clinical exercise physiology, preventative rehabilitative exercise biomechanics, motor control and development, medicine, physical therapy, athletics training and occupational therapy. 

    Comprehensive Curriculum

    You’ll take classes in anatomy and physiology, first aid and injury prevention, motor development and learning, anatomical kinesiology and statistics.


    Completion of a six-hour internship is required of all exercise science majors. Possible internships include fitness programs, health clubs, hospitals, physical therapy and athletic training facilities.

    Cornerstone University is a like-minded, accredited, Christian liberal-arts college just two miles south of Kuyper College. Students who intend to enroll in these programs will work closely with Kuyper College's  registrar, who is the students’ advisor, to navigate the program requirements.

    Through the collaborative arrangement, students are granted the opportunity to study at Cornerstone as Kuyper students; Kuyper College awards the students’ degrees and (in consultation with the appropriate personnel at Cornerstone) determines the course of study and course equivalencies. Students who elect a major in collaboration with Cornerstone University must complete the admissions requirements as indicated at www.cornerstone.edu. These students are considered non-degree seeking students by Cornerstone University. Upon admission, the students will be registered for their first semester of classes at Cornerstone by the Academic Office at Kuyper College. New collaborative students are also required to complete an orientation at Cornerstone University prior to their first classes. Only students in good standing at Kuyper College will be allowed to begin a collaborative program of study.
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