Bachelor Degree in MAT
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Broadview University has partnered with MAT® to offer a Bachelor of Science in MAT® degree program. With this degree, you’ll gain and understanding of the MAT® skillset and an in-depth level of knowledge of muscle function.
With full-time, continuous enrollment, the program can be completed in approximately three years. Broadview also offers the opportunity to apply your transfer credits, prior learning, and work experience… up to 75% of the program…to help you complete the program even faster! The team at Broadview can provide a personalized review of your previous education and work experience to help you plan out your path towards a degree in MAT®.
Our MAT program curriculum is developed by industry professionals in order to equip you with an in-demand degree. You will learn this advanced skillset through various educational formats virtually to understand and apply your knowledge, to be prepared for the onsite practical certification prior to graduating. This program is online with required with an on-site competency review and certification exam conducted residentially at the MAT® World Headquarters in Denver, CO.
The objective of the Muscle Activation Techniques bachelor program is to provide understanding of the MAT® skillset to students who have knowledge in the health and fitness field. This program is a comprehensive and intensive study of the muscular system.
At Broadview University, there are many ways to fund your education. Broadview’s financial aid staff will help you discover what kinds of aid are available.
Courses You will Take
As a student pursuing an B.S in Muscle Activation Techniques, you will be required to complete 126 core credit hours and 54 general education credit hours.
Some types of classes you may take include
- MAT® Specialist Courses
- MAT® Mastery Courses
- Introduction to Business
- Entrepreneruship for Practitioners
- Health Care Law and Ethics
- Advertising and Promotion
- Small Business Management
- Recruitment and Retention
- Strategic Planning
What You Will Learn
The goal of this program is to prepare graduates who are able to :
Understand the muscular system through assessment of muscle function relating to muscle weakness.
Assess and apply business/health concepts to effectively demonstrate planning, evaluation, analysis, and presentation of goals and objectives.
Examine and understand range of motion limitations in relation to potential muscle weakness.