Physiology

We offer both undergraduate and graduate programs that will prepare you for integration into clinical health professions. A variety of tailored courses will help you develop strong physiological understanding combined with practical application and critical thinking. We have a new physiology laboratory that combines methods and tools for research and application of concepts learned to both clinical and performance populations. We've also developed strong connections within the greater Denver area for community collaboration and clinical experience.

In addition, our Master’s in Clinical Exercise Physiology program is on track towards ACSM Accreditation for Certification in Clinical Exercise Physiology.

Degree Programs

Undergraduate Major

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Physiology in Health & Disease (BS)

Understand the physiology of body systems and their functional relationships.

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Graduate Programs

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Master's in Clinical Exercise Physiology (MS)

Learn to develop exercise recommendations, administer diagnostics tests, and provide guidance that promotes healthy lifestyles as a clinician.

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Professional Science Master's in Biomedical Sciences (PSM)

Develop technical skills and theoretical knowledge to prepare for careers in the biomedical and health sciences fields.

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Faculty Leadership

 

Sarah J. Willis

Teaching Assistant Professor

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Nancy M. Lorenzon

Teaching Professor; Director, Pre-professional Allied Health

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Barbekka C Hurtt

Teaching Associate Professor

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Interested in learning more?

Contact Dr. Sarah Willis, physiology program faculty member.

Email Sarah Willis