The allied health concentration prepares students to apply to specialized certification programs in areas such as nuclear medicine, sonography (both rest and exercise), respiratory therapy, physical therapy assistant (PTA), occupational therapy assistant (OTA), cardiac rehabilitation, athletic training, dietetics, personal training, and other select exercise, education, and therapeutic allied health-related areas.
The basic sciences concentration prepares students to apply to graduate programs in areas such as exercise physiology (M.S. or Ph.D.), physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician assistant, and medical school.
The fitness management concentration prepares students for employment is areas such as fitness centers, wellness centers, corporate fitness programs, and parks and recreation programs. The minor in business administration often potentiates employment in areas such as exercise or medical equipment sales.