Sport Science and Fitness


Five Keys To Succeed As An Aspiring Athletic Director

For many sport enthusiasts, becoming an athletic director seems to make sense as a logical career choice. Discover the ins-and-outs of taking the reins of an athletic department through Endicott’s M.S. in Sport Leadership program’s most recent networking conference.

Double Gulls Discuss the Fifth Year Master's Program

Obtaining your master’s degree through one of our Fifth Year programs will help you to gain a competitive edge—but don’t simply take our word for it—hear what your fellow students have to say.

20 Helpful Career Resources for the Class of 2020

Whether you are seeking a full-time role at an established company or gig and freelance work, the resources we've compiled are sure to help!

Eight Tips for One-Way Video Interviews

These eight helpful tips will help you navigate one-way interviews, which are becoming increasingly popular among companies.

Brain Injury Risk in Sport: What Students & Parents Should Know

An estimated 1.6¬–3.8 million sports- and recreation-related concussions occur in the U.S. each year. Parents and student-athletes should both be familiar with signs that might indicate a concussion, understand their treatment options, and how to prevent them.

Reinventing Connection

While everyone in the world is scrambling to understand what the “new normal” will look like, Endicott is doing what we’ve always excelled at—pioneering. Our community is reinventing connection.