"This program is great for anyone interested in the cardiac and pulmonary aspects of physiology and rehab. Personally, I have gained an abundance of knowledge that directly applies to my career goals and I would definitely recommend the program to those who wish to work in a clinical rehab setting."
Graduated May 2007
Employed as a research assistant at Johns Hopkins University, and as an Exercise specialist in Cardiovascular/Pulmonary Rehabilitation, Bayview Medical Center, Baltimore, Maryland
"The Applied Health Physiology Program at Salisbury University provided me the opportunity to be successful in beginning my career in the Strength & Conditioning Field. From attaining a position as a minor league strength coach to being hired at Salisbury University as the Strength & Conditioning Coordinator, the knowledge gained throughout the program has prepared me in all aspects of physical fitness & rehabilitation. I highly recommend this program to anyone looking to advance their career and learn from some of the top professors in the field."
Matthew Nein, MS, CSCS
Graduated May 2004
Employed as a Strength & Conditioning Coordinator & Maggs PAC Facility Coordinator, Salisbury University, Salisbury, Maryland
“One of my personal passions in life is helping others understand the importance of living a healthy lifestyle through exercise, nutrition, and awareness. I am privileged enough to have a career that allows me the opportunity to impart this knowledge onto others. Under the direction of Dr. Sid Schneider and Dr. Susan Muller I was able to earn my graduate degree at Salisbury University in Applied Health Physiology. My education along with my experiences at Salisbury University enabled me to acquire a position at Peninsula Regional Medical Center in the Cardiac/Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program and the Employee Fitness Plus Program. Through these experiences I am now able to follow my passion as a career, not just as a personal interest.”
Graduated May 2006
Employed as a wellness/fitness specialist, Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Salisbury, Maryland
"Salisbury University's Graduate program in Applied Health Physiology has provided the tools needed to further continue my education at the Doctoral level. The vast array of topics covered and research-intensive nature of the program has helped me find a focus and specialization for my career. The extensive knowledge, experience, and contacts made at SU have made a positive lasting impression both personally and professionally."
Lindsay Hovermale, M.S.
Graduated December 2006
Accepted into the University of Florida Ph.D. program in Exercise Physiology
“The graduate program from Salisbury University in Applied Health Physiology has complemented the recruitment efforts and staffing needs for the Cardiovascular/Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program at Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Salisbury, MD,. These graduates come with solid clinical competencies derived from a diverse curriculum yet specialized clinical internship. Of note, the Cardiovascular and Pulmonary Rehabilitation Program at Peninsula Regional Medical Center, is the largest and most comprehensive program in the state of Maryland.”
Jeanne E. Ruff, MS, RCEP, FAACVPR
Director of Cardiovascular/Pulmonary Rehabilitation and Health Promotion Peninsula Heart Center at Peninsula Regional Medical Center, Salisbury, Maryland
Testimonial date 3/21/07
The Applied Health Physiology program at Salisbury University provides an excellent quality of knowledge for anyone wishing to work in the allied health industry. I have gained an abundance of knowledge in the areas of exercise, anatomy, physiology, stress testing, emergency procedures and overall health. My experience and knowledge I have received under the instruction of Dr. Schneider has given me the opportunity to start my career in the Cardiovascular Services Department at Georgetown University Hospital in Washington, D.C.
Justin Bullock M.S. CCT, Graduated May 2008. Employed as a Non-Invasive Cardiovascular Technologist, Georgetown University Hospital, Washington D.C.