Our graduate programs offer the best programs around. Hospitals, independent cardiac rehabilitation programs, agencies, schools, corporations and health clubs are just a few of the places you will find graduates of Benedictine's Master of Science in Clinical Exercise Physiology program, which is both academically demanding and highly rewarding.
The program is a two-year, part-time program designed in accordance with the American College of Sports Medicine for certification as a Registered Clinical Exercise Physiologist. It also provides an excellent foundation for further study at the doctorate or medical levels.
Benedictine University, in partnership with Brookfield Zoo, Fermilab, the Forest Preserve District of DuPage County, the Morton Arboretum and the Golden Apple Foundation, offers a Master of Science in Science Content and Process program intended for teachers who want to increase their knowledge and confidence in teaching science.
The program is taught at Benedictine University and the partner organizations. Participants are immersed in learning opportunities available at each of these sites to better understand the process of science.