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Rigorous, yes. Rewarding, definitely. If you're passionate about wellness and helping others achieve their highest potential, a degree in Exercise Science is for you.
Human Performance and Fitness
If you're passionate about wellness, helping others achieve their highest potential, and approaching health and fitness with holistic confidence, then you'll want a degree from St. Ambrose in Human Performance and Fitness.
Increase your pastoral responsibilities and ministries with the Master of Pastoral Theology program.
Master of Science in Exercise Physiology
Our MSEP program will prepare you for a career focused on improving health through fitness and nutrition.
Communication and Digital Media
Our award-winning Communication programs are waiting for you. You could be the next journalist to inform and change people's minds, the next PR wizard who makes an organization stand out, or the next radio personality who connects with listeners.
Human Resources Leadership Microcredential
Our four-session Human Resources (HR) Leadership Microcredential aims to bolster the HR professional's strategic competency, assisting them in becoming a more influential business partner.
The Kinesiology Department offers three undergraduate majors and one graduate program.
Master of Physician Assistant Studies
Whether you want to provide primary care to residents in rural America or work in hospitals in underserved communities, St. Ambrose has a program to help you achieve – and exceed – all of your goals.
Our discussion-driven, adult learning environment develops strong business and accounting skills.
This microcredential focuses on building either quantitative or qualitative skills to improve health and social services systems and programs via action-based-research.