Students with a B.S. in Exercise Science work in a variety of settings/careers such as being a personal trainer with a fitness facility, working with athletes in sports programs, performing physical assessments for employment/disability, and working in cardiac or pulmonary rehabilitation programs. A B.S. in Exercise Science is also a good choice for preparation (background) for professional and graduate programs (Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Exercise Physiology, etc.). However, many of these programs may require additional coursework (e.g. advanced physics, anatomy/physiology, chemistry, etc.) not covered within this program. For additional career opportunities/exploration you are encouraged to visit the American College of Sports Medicine’s website.