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Health and Human Performance Program

The Health and Human Performance program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Applied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) within the exercise physiologist domain. In addition, our program has been awarded recognition as a graduate studies program by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA). Together, these distinctions represent our faculty’s commitment to academic quality and dedication to the profession.

Further information regarding CAAHEP accreditation may be found at: caahep.org/Students/Find-a-Program.aspx

The well-regarded health and human performance faculty invite you to discuss your professional aspirations with us and determine if earning a Master of Science in health and human performance will advance your career goals. For more information, contact Dr. Scott Mazzetti, Health and Human Performance Program Chair, at 410-677-0151 or samazzetti@salisbury.edu

Meet Our Faculty

From attaining a position as a minor league strength coach to being hired at SU … the knowledge gained throughout the program has prepared me in all aspects of physical fitness and rehabilitation. I highly recommend this program to anyone looking to advance their career and learn from some of the top professors in the field.
Matt Nein SU Strength and Conditioning Coordinator, Health and Human Performance Adjunct Faculty

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