Graduate Assistantships in Exercise Physiology
Graduate teaching assistantships provide students with valuable professional experiences. Depending on the assistantship assignment, responsibilities may include preparing and facilitating undergraduate laboratory experiences, facilitating physical activity, planning and implementing outreach programs, delivering short lectures, grading, and assisting with administrative tasks. Graduate assistants are required to perform 20 hours per week. View a list of possible assistantships.
All assistantships include a stipend intended to offset costs accrued during graduate school. University-wide stipend amounts for graduate teaching assistants are currently $4,642 per academic semester ($9,284/academic yr). Assistantships also include tuition waivers (full or partial).