A student who completes a sports medicine degree should be able to:
demonstrate a breath of knowledge across the spectrum of the exercise sciences and a deeper understanding in the areas of physiology, motor behavior and biomechanics.
apply the scientific methods and experimental design to understand, evaluate, or solve problems in the exercise sciences.
use the central components of a liberal education, including critical thinking, oral and written presentation, information literacy, and quantitative reasoning skills in analyzing problems in exercise sciences.
enter a career in applied or clinical health professions or continue graduate study in disciplines related to the exercise sciences.