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Regina Schurman, Ed.D., R.C.E.P., C.P.A.
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Phone: (630) 829-2171
Fax: (630) 829-6547

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Lisle, IL 60532

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MS in Clinical Exercise Physiology
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  1. Completed Undergraduate degree
  2. Completed undergraduate courses in statistics, general chemistry, biochemistry, nutrition, anatomy and physiology.  A combined health science organic/biochemistry class may be substituted for biochemistry.  Undergraduate courses in exercise physiology and biomechanics/kinesiology are required but may be waived if the applicant has experience in exercise physiology.
  3. Applicants may be admitted on a conditional status if they have up to two prerequisites outstanding.  Prerequisite courses may be taken at Benedictine University or at any accredited university.  Time is allotted the first semester of the program to take care of these needs.

Priority application consideration for work study and research awards will be given to students who apply by February 1 of each academic year.  All student applications submitted by the February 1 deadline will be notified by March 15 regarding his or her acceptance status.  Students may apply after the February 1 deadline.  All acceptances will be based on a student's qualifications, experience and incoming student space availability.

Please note that the Graduate Record Examination (G.R.E.) is NOT required.

Follow the application procedures found in the Graduate Catalog.  A one-page essay discussing your education and career goals is required, as is a personal or phone interview with the director of the Clinical Exercise Physiology program.  Two letters of recommendation are required: one that can address your academic potential (from a science instructor) and one that can address your interpersonal skills and work ethic (from an employer).

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