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School of Sport Science

Endicott College’s School of Sport Science allows students to engage in a global and expanding industry that combines extensive knowledge and intricacies of sport with administration, finance, analytics, management, technology, and law; or find your passion working in human performance, allied health, or community wellness and rehabilitation. Programs of study include Esports ManagementSport Management, Exercise Science (with a concentration in Allied Health), and Exercise Science/Pre-Professional Athletic Training
At the graduate level, students can continue studies with a Master of Science in Athletic Training or Master of Science in Sport Leadership, which can be completed in standard form or as a Fifth Year Program.

In addition, minors in nutrition & wellness, Esports management, and exercise science are offered, along with a certification in coaching. 


Cummings School of Nursing & Health Sciences Facilities

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Study Spaces
Situated as you enter the third floor the Sport Science lounge features a variety of study spaces.
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State of the Art Classrooms
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Human Performance Lab
Provides students with the essential practical experiences to be successful classroom students, interns, and entry level professionals. Within this lab students will evaluate the effects of exercise and activity on human performance, general health, and disease.
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Modalities Lab & Hydrotherapy Room
Our hydrotherapy room that houses our hot and cold water treatment modalities such as the Hydroworx Underwater Treadmill, two whirlpools, and an ice machine. The Underwater treadmill is the key feature of this space. The underwater treadmill will allow students to explore numerous rehabilitation and performance enhancement options, treatment philosophies, and evaluation techniques.
Some equipment examples
• 8 High Low Treatment tables with Endicott Logos
• Hydroworx Underwater Treadmill
• Electrotherapy
• Ultrasound
• Laser Therapy
• 3 Video Capture Analysis Cameras
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Therapeutic Lab
This lab will host courses related to the evaluation, diagnosis, and treatment of athletic injuries and conditions. This lab features 3 video capture systems that will allow faculty and students observe skills, evaluations and interventions in real time or review from recorded practical examinations. The video capture system includes three wall mounted video cameras, three microphones and three monitors. This lab feature is essential for student critical reflection and psychomotor skill and performance assessment. Other tools and resources in the lab include: Biodex dynamometer to measure kinetic muscle imbalances and exposure to injury, Biodex balance system to examine postural control and concussion evaluation, AND other rehabilitation and training aids.


To become the best, you need to learn from the best.

Our Sport Science faculty aren't just outstanding instructors; they're also established professionals in their fields, multiple award recipients, and published authors who are active in a range of professional organizations.

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Beyond the Classroom

Student organizations and activities abound on campus. A few of those affiliated with the School of Sport Science include:

  • Athletic Training Club
  • Exercise Science Club
  • Sport Management Club
  • Academic Honor Societies: Phi Epsilon Kappa
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Featured Alumni

Alumni from the School of Sport Science have gone on to work in a variety of different industries. Check out what some of our recent alumni are doing now! 
  • Sport Management Alumni
     Endicott student Lauren Sheehan at Thunder Corporate Office

    Lauren Sheehan '18
    B.S. Sport Management

    Business Development Coordinator
    Oklahoma City Thunder


     Shintaroh Itoh
    Shintaroh Itoh '16
    B.S. Sport Management

    Rights Holder Account Executive for European Football
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     Alexandra Barmore

    Alex Barmore '19
    B.S. Sport Management

    Chief of Staff, Director of Operations for Football
    Yale University

  • Exercise Science Alumni
    Corey Goldman 

    Corey Goldman '16
    B.S. in Exercise Science

    PT, DPT
    Spaulding Outpatient Center, Framingham

     Julie Manning

    Julie Manning '14
    B.S. in Exercise Science

    Beth Israel Deaconess Hospital


     Paige Pratt

    Paige Pratt '18
    B.S. in Exercise Science

    Personal Trainer
    Equinox Sports Club, Boston

  • Athletic Training Alumni
    Susi Casandra

    Cassandra Susi '19
    B.S. in Athletic Training

    Doctorate in Physical Therapy Student
    University of New England 

     Sierra Villemaire

    Sierra Villemarie '19
    B.S. in Athletic Training

    Master in Athletic Training Student
    Texas State University

     Tim DiFrancesco

    Tim DiFrancesco '03
    B.S. in Athletic Training

    Founder & President
    TD Athletes Edge



The sport management program has been awarded maximum accreditation by the Commission on Sport Management Accreditation (COSMA), a specialized accrediting body whose purpose is to promote and recognize excellence in sport management education worldwide. The athletic training program is accredited by the Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE).