Program Description


The Exercise and Sport Studies Program at Greensboro College is an undergraduate, Bachelor of Science program. It supports the long-standing tradition of offering educational excellence in the liberal arts. Upon completion of the program, students will be prepared for entry-level positions in health promotion, health fitness and the sport industry. Students are also prepared to enter graduate programs in related disciplines. This program challenges students to study various dimensions of sport and physical activity in our society. Students are given opportunities to explore career paths and employment settings by completing internships during their junior and senior years.

About Greensboro College

Founded in 1838, Greensboro College provides undergraduate students a true liberal-arts education while also offering four master’s degrees. Greensboro College provides a coeducational and independent learning atmosphere with approximately 1,000 undergraduate students from 29 states and territories, the District of Columbia, and seven foreign countries. We have 45 full-time faculty who teach 32 majors and more than 1,000 different courses directly to our students. We pride ourselves on our one-on-one contact between faculty and students, with no graduate assistants or teaching assistants teaching courses at Greensboro. We consider ourselves a leader in academic advising and leadership development programs.