BA in Interdisciplinary Studies - Strength & Conditioning Concentration
Become the Next Great Strength & Conditioning Coach!
This concentration is aimed at cultivating highly competitive strength and conditioning coaches by exposing each student to the academic and clinical side of the field. We are dedicated to nurturing the talents of each student to ensure the highest degree of success after graduation. Students will spend clinical hours at many of the high-level facilities of our affiliates in the New York/New Jersey area which cater to the training needs of today's athletes.
Comprehensive Student Support:
Each strength and conditioning student will be mentored by a member of the strength and conditioning faculty or staff. In addition to the assignment of students to a specific mentor to guide them, students also have access to each faculty/staff member on an as-needed basis.
Train to ObtainCertification:
Graduates will receive Bachelor of Arts degrees in interdisciplinary studies, strength and conditioning concentration and will be prepared to obtain certifications from the CSCCA (Collegiate Strength & Conditioning Coaches Association) and the NSCA (National Strength & Conditioning Association). Furthermore, the concentration leadership is committed to aiding all graduating students in obtaining their certification in the capacity which is most appropriate to them based upon their specific career goals.
Post-Graduate Placement Counseling:
Upon successful completion of the concentration, graduation, and certification, postgraduate students can expect a commitment from the program’s leadership to assist in the student’s career placement. Students will be educated in the process of seeking and securing employment. A primary source of job placement is outreach to the program’s affiliates.
Apply Early, Apply Today!
The strength and conditioning concentration strives to optimize the quality of the student’s experience at FDU. To do so, we admit only a limited number of students each semester. Students who discover their interest in pursuing a career in strength and conditioning are encouraged to apply to secure their spot.
The journey to strength and conditioning excellence begins at Fairleigh Dickinson University.
For more information, contact:
Kyle McMinn M.S., SCCC, ATC, CSCS
Head Strength & Conditioning Coach/Assistant Athletic TrainerProgram Director: Interdisciplinary Studies-Strength & Conditioning Specialization Fairleigh Dickinson University-Metropolitan Campus
George and Phyllis Rothman Center, Rothman Center Athletic Weight Room 1000 River Road H-AT1-01,Teaneck, NJ 07666
Fitness Center Office Voicemail: 201-69-2694