Sports Medicine

Kristin Brown (Health Science YOG 2014) and Darrell Sarnowski (Athletic Training YOG 2015) present to the Board of Trustees about the  educational benefits of the newly purchased modality units.

Kristin Brown (Health Science, YOG 2014) and Darrell Sarnowski (Athletic Training, YOG 2015) present to the Board of Trustees about the educational benefits of the newly purchased ultrasound and electrical stimulation modality units.

Molding the degree to your personal interests

Students may elect to pursue either a bachelor’s degree in Health Sciences or the Athletic Training degree program.

The Health Science degree is a pre-professional degree that prepares students to continue their education in one of a variety of different disciplines; including, but not limited to physical therapy, occupational therapy, exercise physiology, and medicine. At Norwich University, Health Science students are guided through the curriculum so that course selection is geared toward their goals.

The Athletic Training degree is a professional degree program, preparing students to sit for the Board of Certification exam at the end of their four years at Norwich University. Student’s progress through a hands on curriculum that is specifically geared towards producing qualified and competent Athletic Trainers.

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