Prerequisite Courses

An application will be considered if the prospective student has no more than two courses — one science and one other prerequisite course — remaining to be completed during the summer or fall before enrollment. Applicants must complete all of the following courses prior to enrollment in the program. All science courses must include labs. Grades of “C” or better are required in each prerequisite course.

Science Courses (six courses)

The applicant must have six natural and/or life science courses selected from the following: biology, chemistry, human anatomy/physiology, exercise physiology, kinesiology, biomechanics, pathology and/or physics.

Psychology Course (one course)

It is preferred that this course is from the Psychology Department, but an upper-level course from another department may be acceptable.

Each science prerequisite course must have been successfully completed within 10 years prior to the registration date in January. If the 10-year limit has been exceeded, the prerequisite courses must be repeated and completed by the application deadline. However, as stated above, an applicant may have up to one science course and one other course to be taken at the time of application to the program.

Applicants are expected to demonstrate computer skills through college coursework and/or life experiences.

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