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M.S. in Exercise Science at CSULB

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  • M.S. in Exercise Science at CSULB

    Are you Considering a Master’s Degree in Kinesiology?

    California State University – Long Beach is currently recruiting talented, motivated students to join our Kinesiology Department’s 2-year Master’s Degree program in Exercise Science. We offer both thesis-based and comprehensive examination routes. Here at CSULB, you will have the opportunity to expand your knowledge of Kinesiology through traditional classroom learning, hands-on teaching, and active involvement in research projects. You will have access to top-level research facilities and the chance to join a number of current and ongoing research projects within Biomechanics, Motor Control, and Motor Learning.
    We have a number of teaching and graduate assistantships available, which includes a monthly stipend. These assistantships also provide experience teaching upper division laboratories.

    Program Benefits
    Well-respected Institution: CSULB ranks #5 Top Public School and #20 for Best College in the West Region
    Affordability: CSULB’s tuition & fees is ~$2,000 less than the national average for public, in-state fees.
    Opportunities: Benefit from the many partnerships CSULB’s Kinesiology Department has developed with community

    Kinesiology Sub-Disciplines
    Motor Control
    Motor Learning

    Research Areas
    1. Running and gait analysis in different populations
    2. Strength and conditioning biomechanics
    3. Cycling mechanics

    Motor Control & Learning:
    1. Research & Applications in Sport
    2. Research & Applications in Rehabilitation
    3. Assessment of gait following a 10-week multimodal exercise intervention for sedentary older adults
    4. Virtual environments and gait adaptability.

    If you are interested in learning more about our Master’s Degree program here at CSULB, email our Graduate Program Director Dr. Alison Ede at

    Application Deadline: June 1 (Fall 2020 admission); November 1 (Spring 2021 admission)