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Undergraduate Programs

Exercise Science/Pre-Professional Athletic Training 3+2 (B.S./M.S.)

An accelerated five-year program that prepares you to enter the Athletic Training profession.

Exercise Science Program (B.S.)

Gain preparation for careers in fields such as fitness, recreation, hospital or corporate wellness, or strength and conditioning.

Sport Management Program (B.S.)

Prepares students with the academic coursework and leadership skills needed for successful careers in the dynamic and competitive sport industry.

Esports Management Program (B.S)

Compete in the competitive esports management and game design industry.

Coaching Certification Program

Open to all Endicott students who wish to become certified in coaching by the School of Sport Science.

Our Graduates Are Successful —It’s In the Numbers

99% College-wide career outcomes rate
97% Overall three year aggregate percent of students who passed the Board of Certification for Athletic Trainers (BOC) examination.
90% of 2017-18 College-wide graduates have employment related to major

Senior Thesis

Before graduating from Endicott, all students complete their senior thesis. This is one of many hallmarks of Endicott and offers students the opportunity to become an expert in researching relevant topics within their chosen discipline. This year, six students were chosen by faculty to showcase their posters.

Sport Leadership Fifth Year Program

Recent college graduates (both Endicott or non-Endicott) are eligible to earn a sport leadership master's degree in this cost- and time-saving format. 
Mariana Pabon works at her internship site The Gold Group
The Gold Group

Seeing sports through a business lens

Mariana Pabon works at her internship site The Gold Group
Mariana Pabon '18
Sport Management
"At the end of the day it’s all about putting on a show,” she says, “The same base knowledge will prepare you for entertainment and sports as well."
Sports management major, Mariana Pabon, did her freshman year internship with a division I college, working in the sports world. She recalls watching a game and thinking to herself, “This is more a production than it is a game.” She says that sports are really entertainment more than anything else.
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Paige Pratt ‘18
Spaulding Rehabilitation Network

Utilizing an Endicott degree to help those in need

Paige Pratt ‘18
Paige Pratt '18
Exercise Science
"My biggest piece of advice for incoming students is to say yes to everything. Go out and have fun because it really does fly by."
Paige Pratt’s Bachelor of Science in Exercise Science has prepared her to take on a role with Spaulding Rehabilitation Network after graduation where she can begin making a difference straightaway.
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Brendan Carpenter
Boston Bruins Foundation

Where philanthropy meets sports

Brendan Carpenter
Brendan Carpenter '20
Sport Management
"I believe that every sports association should have a foundation that creates a positive reputation for the team, while improving the lives of others."
Senior sport management major, Brendan Carpenter did his semester internship with the Boston Bruins Foundation; a nonprofit that strives to improve the lives of families by collaborating with charitable organizations. While handling responsibilities on the business side of the foundation, Carpenter got to directly experience the impact it has on the community.
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