WHY CROWN COLLEGE?

Celebrating over 100 years of excellence in Christian higher education, Crown College is a fully-accredited Christian school offering quality degree programs. Every degree program integrates biblical principles with real-world knowledge to help you excel in your profession – as well as your life.


CHRISTIAN FOCUS

An integration of faith ethics in every course.

ACADEMICALLY EXCELLENT

You'll be challenged to think critically and strategically.

GLOBALLY CONNECTED

Extensive international network and study abroad opportunities.

AFFORDABLE

One of the best values for a Christian college in the Midwest.

ATHLETICS

We have 18 NCAA Division III varsity teams.

Exercise Science, B.S.

At Crown, the Mathematics and Science Department’s Exercise Science Bachelor of Arts is a degree that can stand alone, or it will serve as a pre-program for those continuing on to Athletic Training, Kinesiology, or other exercise-related programs. The degree was designed for students not only interested in sport and exercise, but also for those called by the Lord to go into athletics as a ministry.

The Exercise Science degree program includes rigorous coursework in biology, chemistry, anatomy and physiology, physics and math to develop excellence in academics from a Christian worldview. In addition, numerous health, wellness and exercise courses are included, as well as field experience.

PROGRAM HIGHLIGHTS

98%

Receive
Financial Aid

15:1

Average
Class Ratio

70%

Faculty Hold
Doctoral Degrees



“Students who pursue the sciences will grow both spiritually and academically. Our students relish the intellectual rigor involved in obtaining their degree, as well as the opportunity to learn and study science from a biblical worldview.” – Dr. Dawn Locklear, Choir, Mathematics and Science Department

CORE COURSES:

  •   Prevention and Care of Injuries
  •   First Responder
  •   College Algebra
  •   Statistics
  •   P. E. Elective or Varsity Team Sport
  •   General Biology II
  •   General Chemistry I
  •   Physics I
  •   Nutrition
  •   Human Anatomy and Physiology I
  •   Human Anatomy and Physiology II
  •   Introduction to Epidemiology
  •   Health and Wellness Across the Lifespan
  •   Biomechanics I
  •   Exercise Physiology
  •   Applied Exercise Physiology
  •   Biomechanics II
  •   Senior Science Seminar
  •   Exercise Prescription
  •   Training Theory and Analytics
  •   Exercise Science Practicum I
  •   Sport Psychology

Exercise Science, B.S.

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