The Institute of Sports Sciences and Medicine received approval from The Florida State University for its scope of operation and study in December 2010. The Institute is a collaborative effort between The Florida State University’s Department of Intercollegiate Athletics, College of Human Sciences, College of Medicine and founding Partner, Tallahassee Orthopedic Clinic.
The Institute of Sports Sciences and Medicine serves as a multidisciplinary, developmental center, providing research and educational programs in sports sciences, sports medicine, athletic/human performance, and injury prevention to the medical and scientific community and the general public.
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Master of Science in Exercise Science
Major in Sports Sciences
Students have an opportunity to be involved in the activities of The Institute of Sports Sciences and Medicine through the Sports Sciences graduate major in the College of Human Sciences. The primary mission of the Sport Science Major of the Master of Science Degree in Exercise Sciences is to academically and clinically prepare graduate students with an interest in sports science, human/athletic performance and athletic training. The Program provides an opportunity to gain advanced knowledge and experience in sports science through a combination of didactic instruction, laboratory experiences, supervised practica, and research projects oriented toward some aspect of sports science, human/athletic performance or athletic training.
One of the goals of The Institute of Sports Sciences and Medicine is to provide professional development activities, educational workshops and testing services for professionals and the general public.
(including continuing education credits)
Services and Testing
Human Performance Laboratory
The Human Performance Laboratory is the academic research center for The Institute of Sports Sciences and Medicine and provides a collaborative environment for faculty interested in investigating human performance. Our laboratory is state-of-the-art and allows students, faculty and practitioners to perform research and investigate techniques used in exercise science, biomechanics, sports nutrition, sports medicine and performance training. Equipment includes:
2012 Capital City Sports Summit Presentations