I am currently enrolled in the BS in Sports Managment Fitness and Wellness Track. I just finished my 3rd year and absolutely love the program. I have no complaints at all. I can’t wait to finish my Gen Ed courses so I can start the Masters program. The one thing that would be nice is some hands on lab work in anatomy…but that is difficult online lol
Ekaterina, like you I have earned a degree in traditional setting and I can see the pros and cons of studying online.
I am of the opinion that technology is making high-quality education accessible to many who prefer to study in a non-traditional manner. Having earned both my Bachelors and Masters degree through the CalU online program, I only have positive things to say about the program. I learned and grew alot. I found the program to be quite intensive. The textbooks utilized, the quality of the program and the professionalism of the professors was, for the most part, excellent.
Hope this is of help to you.
Thank you all for the answers! I’m sorry that I didn’t reply sooner.
Currently, I am busy studying to become a Physical Therapist Assistant. I love it! A lot of fitness-related questions are being answered in my Kines/biomechanics classes. I also shadow a spine doctor and a podiatrist at the local clinic. There’s still a lot to learn:)
Although I did not get my Master’s Degree through this program, I know a couple of fitness professionals who did. As a matter of fact, most of them are NASM Master Instructors that I highly respect because they know their “stuff”. NASM has a relationship with them for their recommended universities to get fitness degrees from. For these reasons, I highly recommend them. When I do seek out another Master’s Degree, it’ll be either them or AT Still University in Phoenix/Mesa Arizona.