College of Health Sciences (Postgrad)


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List of Programs

  1. Sport Physiology and Performance Coaching*


*MS in Sport Physiology and Performance Coaching: Entry criteria difference: Requires personal statement, reference list (academic or professional), course by course evaluation. Requires following course equivalents with C average: One semester of anatomy with a lab, one semester of physiology with a lab or combined anatomy and physiology I and II courses with lab, one semester of exercise physiology. Proof of current CPR and first-aid certification for the professional rescuer is required prior to matriculation. M.Ed in Organizational Development and Learning Entry criteria difference: Requires personal statement.


Academic Requirements

  • Recommended Minimum GPA: 2.75
  • International Transcript Evaluation (completed by NACES-approved evaluator)

Additional requirements

  • Resume/CV

English Tests Requirements





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About Faculty

Carroll’s pioneering approach to the health sciences is complemented by our strong foundation in the liberal arts. You’ll learn much more than technical proficiency here. You’ll gain a broader knowledge of the human condition and greater understanding of cultures different from your own. You’ll become a well-rounded professional who puts people first, and brings humanity, compassion and respect to your role in helping others.

Top Reasons to Study in Carroll University

Perfect Location

Carroll is conveniently located in a historic neighborhood district in Waukesha, Wisconsin just blocks from a charming riverfront city filled with shopping, dining and outdoor recreation. We’re less than a half hour from Milwaukee, Wisconsin’s largest city, and less than two hours by car from Chicago.

Caring Community

Carroll is a close-knit community where caring is more than a cliché. Taking responsibility for making the world a better place is part of who we are. From their first day on campus, our students participate in service activities, paying it forward by giving back throughout greater Waukesha and Milwaukee.

Active Campus

Our Pioneers learn and grow outside the classroom as well. Our competitive spirit thrives in our 23 NCAA Division III athletic teams. Our students also make time to pursue their passions or explore new ones, in areas such as music, theater, art, photography and more. And with 50+ student organizations, it’s easy to explore different interests and make friends.

Ranking & Accreditation of Carroll University

  • #30 in Regional Universities Midwest U.S. News & World Report, 2023
  • #15 in Undergraduate Teaching U.S. News & World Report, 2023

Student Accommodation at Carroll University

  • Housing: $10,970

On-campus living is part of the Pioneer journey—it’s where you’ll make friendships and memories that will last a lifetime. Carroll offers thirteen residence hall options to suit a variety of needs and budgets, including undergraduate and graduate housing. Traditional halls typically serve as home to incoming and first-year students although they are available to all students as a living option. The exceptions are Steele and Swarthout Hall, which are only open to incoming students. Suite single halls are available for students who have achieved sophomore status or higher. Apartments are available to students who are juniors and seniors. Graduate housing is also available to graduate students in the Hartwell Apartments.


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