Portland, OR (PRWEB) June 14, 2012
Imagine treating athletes in your local community, in the amateur ranks or on the national stage. These highly conditioned individuals demand the best quality care from their physicians. The hybrid online Master of Science degree in Exercise and Sports Science from the University of Western States gives practicing professionals an edge in the field. The program prepares a graduate to specialize in the care and management of amateur or professional athletes in a clinic or as a team physician. Students take in-depth courses in sports medicine and injury management culminating in an exciting on-field capstone experience. Significant clinical experience is required in the program, ensuring that physicians are ready to “walk the walk” in the training room or on the field of competition.
"We are excited to start this new format for the MS in Exercise and Sports Science program," says Clinical Director of the MS in Exercise and Sports Science Program, Craig Kawaoka, DC, DACBSP, CSCS. "This allows busy practitioners an opportunity to earn an MS degree"
Curious about the program? Follow the experiences of DC and Concurrent Master's student, Montserrat Andreys, and learn about her experiences in the Master of Science in Exercise and Sports Science Program: http://bit.ly/KS7tt3
The University of Western States offers a variety of academic degrees and programs in the health and human sciences that provide our students with a solid foundation for careers in integrated health care, and our clinic patients with world-class, science-driven care.
For more information about the University of Western States and the Master of Science in Exercise and Sports Science program, http://www.uws.edu