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"My experience at Lake Superior State University is one of the best of my life. Not only did the education I received prepare me immensely for the work world, I made friendships and connections that are sure to last me a lifetime. LSSU is the perfect collegiate experience: exceptional educators, a welcoming community and the beauty of Michigan’s Upper Peninsula."

--Chelsea Sparrow
LSSU Athletic Training Graduate;
ATC Graduate Intern Athletic Trainer;
University of Minnesota, Duluth

Deb McPherson
Debra McPherson
Chair
Office: NOR 108E
Phone: (906) 635-2608
Fax: (906) 635-2111

School of Recreation Studies and Exercise Science

Welcome

We are proud and excited to provide current information on our four year (baccalaureate) degrees in Athletic Training, Exercise Science, Parks and Recreation and Sport and Recreation Management. You will also find information on the Associate Degree for Health Fitness Specialist, a two year program, and minors in recreation Studies and Gerontology.

Each department major has a unique plan for professional preparation and provides students a variety of career choices world-wide upon completion.

All department majors focus on challenging students with current research and practices within their discipline and requiring practical application of skills learned throughout their four year program. Each major emphasizes the development of strong communication, leadership, critical thinking and problem solving skills.

Recreation Studies and Exercise Science Department graduates are "standard seekers and standard setters" as working professionals!

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Academic Programs (Degrees/Certificates and Majors)

Baccalaureate

Associate

  • Health Fitness Specialist

A Dynamic Duo

Katia Locke and Atlas

LSSU athletic training student Katia Locke and her leader dog in training, Atlas, pose with steel water bottles being sold to benefit LSSU's Student Athletic Training Association and the Leaderdog for the Blind Foundation. More than 200 of the $10 bottles are on sale at the LSSU athletic training department while supplies last. Locke is training Atlas until spring, when the dog gets matched to a visually impaired person for further training. [ more ]

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