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Lasell’s Exercise Science Program Recognized by NSCA

June 21, 2013

The National Strength and Conditioning Association has recognized Lasell's Exercise Science academic program for meeting the association's educational guidelines for Strength and Conditioning Education.

In order to be recognized by the NSCA Education Recognition Program (ERP) schools must offer a bachelor's degree, have a certified strength and conditioning specialist who is a full time member of the teaching faculty, be regionally accredited, and complete an application with additional criteria.

ERP recognitions are good for three years and schools are eligible for renewal following this three-year period.

The recognition also provides additional benefits to students and faculty including reduced fees for the NSCA exam for students, and the opportunity to host an exam prep symposium prior to the NSCA exam.

 

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