Exercise Science

Exercise Science Degree Program

What does Randall's Exercise Science Degree have to offer?

For the student who is inspired by health, exercise, fitness, and wellness of self and others, the Bachelor of Science in Health and Exercise Science is the perfect degree choice. This degree incorporates the core Christian studies with a unique emphasis in the exercise sciences to educate each student on the disciplines and principles that encompass overall health, wellness, anatomy, and physiology of the human body. Courses such as Principles of Health and Fitness, Anatomy, Exercise Physiology, and Chronic Disease Intervention are distinctly designed to lay the foundation for understanding how overall health and exercise affect God's greatest creation!


Opportunities with an Exercise Science degree:

A degree from Randall University in Health and Exercise Science prepares each studentswith the knowledge needed to continue their walk in graduate work in allied-health professions. These include many extraordinary professions like Physical Therapy, Occupational Therapy, Nursing, and Clinical Exercise Physiologists. A student with an interest in exercise science may find employment options in a variety of fields including primary and secondary education, local gym and exercise facilities, health consultant firms, athletic rehabilitation clinics, physical therapy clinics, hospital settings, and primary care offices.

Program Details

The Exercise Science program has been established to provide a general health and exercise specific education to prepare students for a career that is health and medically based in a variety of public service settings or to allow students to continue their education in graduate school in a related, specialize field.  Students will be able to demonstrate the following:

  • Knowledge in the field of Exercise Science.
  • Knowledge of key health and nutrition principles and how they are utilized and applicable for specific individuals in varying populations.
  • Knowledge of the organization of the human body and how the body functions every day and how it responds under exercise conditions.
  • Critical thinking skills through analytical activities.
  • Research skills in the field of health and exercise science by developing a topic and supporting it with concise, descriptive, and organized information.

Find Out More:

Contact Exercise Science Advisor:
Kirsten Mitcheltree
(405) 912-9474


"Do you not know that your body is a temple of the Holy Spirit, who is in you, whom you have received from God? You are not your own; you were bought at a price. Therefore, honor God with your body." - 1 Corinthians 6:19-20