The occupational physiology degree at LSUS will provide you with basic knowledge on the analysis of physiological issues and the prescription of effective nutritional, physical, and psychological interventions. You'll also develop a keen understanding of functional anatomy and the biomechanical aspects of movement, while learning effective coaching strategies related to exercise and conditioning.
As an occupational physiology major at LSUS, you'll graduate with an abundance of connections and experience. Through applied practice and firsthand participation in assisted lab work, you'll develop real world skills utilizing modern and emerging technology relevant to the field.
The Kinesiology, Health and Sport Science Club and the Public Health Student Association at LSUS are two of the 70+ student-run clubs on campus. From community projects to networking events, involvement in these organizations provide opportunities to strengthen your résumé and make connections.
Network for success
The LSUS department of kinesiology and health science has strong connections to the LSU Health Sciences Center in Shreveport. From exclusive courses to advanced research, this collaboration helps occupational physiology majors transition into a wide-range of graduate programs and careers.
Financial aid for Occupational Physiology majors
More than $12.4 million in scholarship money is given to LSUS students every year. Take some time to explore the types of financial aid you could qualify for.