Prerequisite Courses

The following courses must be completed prior to admission to the program. Coursework will only be accepted from an accredited institution in the United States. Applicants must complete each course with a grade of “C” or higher (including any remaining GEF courses). Students applying to the program may only be enrolled in a maximum of three prerequisite courses in the Spring semester prior to the start of the program. 

English Composition - 6 credits

Introductory Psychology - 3 credits

Developmental Psychology - 3 credits

Abnormal Psychology - 3 credits

Introduction to Sociology or Anthropology - 3 credits

Biology with lab - 6-8 credits

Statistics - 3 credits

Physiology - 3 or 4 credits

Medical Terminology - 1 credit

Completion of General Education Foundations - 9 to 12 credits  

Note: Prospective students may be enrolled in any major including but not limited to: Exercise Physiology, Psychology, Health and Well-being, Child Development, Communication Sciences and Disorders, or Public Health. 

For more information, please consider visiting us during an Open House. For assistance with admissions, prerequisite course selection, or transfer equivalency, please contact Kim Klaus, Assistant Director of Admissions.