Strength and Conditioning Certificate

The Graduate Certificate in Strength and Conditioning, available online only, is designed for individuals interested in the professional field of strength and conditioning. The Strength and Conditioning Certificate provides a base of knowledge that enables you to enter the profession or enhance your skills in the field. The four-course program is designed so that you may become certified as a strength and conditioning specialist (CSCS) by the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) upon completion of your certificate program.

Industry Highlights

The National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA) is the world's leading membership organization for thousands of elite strength coaches, personal trainers and dedicated researchers and educators.

- NSCA.com

Career Opportunities

  • Sports Performance
  • Professional Fitness
  • Coaching
  • Athletic Training

Armstrong Edge

Current students take advantage of the Biodynamics Center for coursework and completion of their projects. Our faculty are suited to your instructional needs and will guide you through your degree program and career in strength and conditioning.


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