Texas Tech University

Clinical Exercise Physiology

Graduate Students in Kinesiology and Sport Management who have successfully passed the American College of Sports Medicine (ACSM) Certified Clinical Exercise Physiology Examination

Renee Odell - May 18, 2017

Renee Odell"Through studying for and passing the ACSM CEP exam, I was able to expand my knowledge in clinical exercise and develop different skills for me to utilize in efforts to provide top quality patient care. I'm thankful for the professors and my fellow students that helped me study and prepare for the exam in order to achieve the certification."

 

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Spring 2017 Graduates with the date they passed

Stefan Y. Bakun - March 6, 2017

"I completed my undergrad at Penn State University. My family moved to Texas while I was completing my bachelor's degree. I then decided to come to Texas Tech to pursue a Master's Degree. After completing my Master's Degree in Clinical Exercise Physiology I plan on working within the field of cardiac rehab." 

James Cory Harty - February 25, 2017

"I completed both my undergraduate and master's degree here at Texas Tech. In this time I have worked for physical therapy clinics, gyms, and hospitals. I have gained extensive knowledge and experience in regards to exercising healthy and clinical populations. The Texas Tech KSM program prepared me to pass the ACSM CEP exam in addition to preparing me to work in the clinical exercise environment. I plan to work in cardiac rehabilitation as well as cardiac stress testing."

Ana P. Hernandez - February 22, 2017

"I received my undergraduate degree in Exercise and Sport Sciences from Texas Tech University. After completing graduate school I would like to work in cardiac rehabilitation as an exercise physiologist or as a sonographer in echocardiography. I would also like to attain a doctorate degree in the future."

Ivan Nayfeh - February 4, 2017

"I hope to work in clinical exercise physiology in the future and I was just offered a position at Covenant as a fitness specialist. I anticipate this position will further my education and experience ultimately leading to a long and successful career."

Sara I Ovandipour - January 12, 2017

"I completed both my undergraduate and master's degree here at Texas Tech. After completing my graduate degree, I plan on pursuing a career in cardiac rehab as an exercise physiologist. I have thought about coaching and teaching, however, cardiac rehab will be my first step after graduation."

Caylie L. Reynolds - March 3, 2017

"I graduated from Texas Tech University with a B.S. in Exercise and Sports Science. After obtaining my Master's in Kinesiology from Tech, I will pursue a second degree in nursing. I intend on becoming a cardiac rehabilitation nurse."

Kyle M. Thompson - March 3, 2017

"I received my dual bachelor's degrees in Exercise Science and Psychology from Texas Tech University.  After completing my graduate degree here at Texas Tech, I will continue my education by pursuing a Doctorate in Chiropractic. Becoming an Exercise Physiologist gives me a thorough understanding of how the body responds to exercise, which will enable me to better treat exercise related injuries as a Chiropractor."

American College of Sports Medicine

ACSM is the gold standard for certifications: respect, credibility, knowledge.  For more information about this certification go to Link https://certification.acsm.org/acsm-certified-clinical-exercise-physiologist This can be you too!

 Renee Odell

Department of Kinesiology & Sport Management

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