Exercise Physiology Program Admissions
Application Deadline: October 1
Everything on the Exercise Physiology (Areas A - F) Checklist must be completed or in progress to be completed by the end of the Fall semester. When grades are posted at the end of the Fall semester, applicants who do not meet all of the Exercise Physiology requirements will be denied admission for the Spring semester.
Application Deadline: May 1
Everything on the Exercise Physiology (Areas A - F) Checklist must be completed or in progress to be completed by the end of the Summer semester for Fall admission. When grades are posted at the end of the Summer semester, applicants who do not meet all of the Exercise Physiology requirements will be denied admission for the Fall semester.
There is no summer admission in B.S. Exercise Physiology
Admitted to Valdosta State University
Please click on the following link to apply to Valdosta State University. http://www.valdosta.edu/admissions/undergraduate/apply-now.php
For active duty military applicants, please contact Mr. Mark Smith (firstname.lastname@example.org) in the Adult and Military Programs Office regarding applying to the University.
Students interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology should declare their major as "Pre-Exercise Physiology."
A student identification number will be needed as a component of the application process for the Exercise Physiology program. A student identification number is provided upon applying to the University.
Exercise Physiology Core Requirements
All core classes must be completed prior to the start of the Exercise Physiology program.
A minimum grade of “C” in each course (including labs) in area A, D and F is required. Courses in Area F which are older than 10 years at time of program application deadline must be retaken for consideration into the program.
10 Year Rule
Courses in Area F older than 10 years at the application deadline must be retaken. The following courses are in Area F.
BIOL 2651: Human Anatomy and Physiology I (4 Semester Hours)
BIOL 2652: Human Anatomy and Physiology II (4 Semester Hours)
MATH 2620 or MATH 1401: Statistical Methods (3 Semester Hours)
ACED 2400 or CS 1000: Computer Technology Workplace (3 Semester Hours) or Microcomputers (3 hours)
Math or Science Elective (4 Semester Hours)
Transfer Course Important Information
BIOL 2651: Human Anatomy and Physiology I
BIOL 2652: Human Anatomy and Physiology II
The above courses are not accepted from schools within the Technical College System of Georgia. The only exception is Wiregrass Georgia Technical College. The above listed classes will be accepted from Wiregrass Georgia Technical College. If you have any questions or concerns about this information, please contact the CONHS Advising Center at email@example.com
University Core Curriculum Requirements
Transcript Evaluation Options
Option 1: Apply to Valdosta State University Undergraduate Admissions Office ($40 application fee). Send official transcripts to the Undergraduate Admissions Office. Once you receive your acceptance letter, email the CONHS Advising Center (firstname.lastname@example.org) requesting a transcript evaluation. Please include your name and student identification number in the email.
Option 2: Send your official transcript and $45 to Mrs. Cecilia Furey (1500 North Patterson Street, Valdosta, GA 31698). However, most students chose option 1 if they are not a VSU student because if you decide to enroll at VSU, you will eventually have to apply to Valdosta State University and pay the $40 application fee.For active duty military applicants, please contact Mr. Mark Smith (email@example.com) in the Adult and Military Programs Office regarding applying to the University.
Grade Point Average Requirements
A minimum 2.50 overall grade point average is required for your application to the Exercise Physiology program to be considered.
State of Georgia Legislative Requirement
Please click on the following link for the State of Georgia Legislative Requirements.
If you are a transfer student from a state other than Georgia, please contact the Testing Center at (229) 245-3878 for the Georgia History and Georgia Constitution Exams.
For questions about this requirement, please email the CONHS Advising Center (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Exercise Physiology Honors Program
Students will complete a portion of the Honors College requirements as they complete the core curriculum for “Pre-Exercise Physiology” as stated in the Undergraduate Catalog. Students admitted into the Exercise Physiology program that are also part of the VSU Honors College will complete the remaining Honors College requirements, including the global perspectives, by completing a specified number of semester hours in designated Honors Major courses such as:
HSEP 3360H Exercise Epidemiology (Junior 1 Semester)
HSEP 3010H Exercise Testing & Prescription I (Junior II Semester)
HSEP 4210H Clinical Exercise Physiology (Senior I Semester)
HSEP 4040H Pediatric Exercise Physiology (Senior II Semester)
HSEP 4510H Exercise Physiology Practicum (Senior II) or HONS 4990 (Senior II) will meet the elective requirement
The assigned Exercise Physiology Advisor will advise students. Students are responsible for maintaining compliance with all Honors College polices during their tenure at VSU.
Types of Admission
THERE ARE TWO TYPES OF ADMISSION IN EXERCISE PHYSIOLOGY
1. Contingent acceptance would apply to students with a competitive application portfolio, but is predicated upon successful completion of all unmet criteria as specified in a written correspondence email. For example, a student might currently be in their last semester of completing the core requirements. In this case, the student’s application will be re-evaluated after grades for the term have been posted to ensure that stated criteria have been satisfied. Notification will be sent to the students valdosta.edu email.
2. Full acceptance is offered when at the application deadline all of the admission requirements have been met and the student’s application portfolio is competitive. In this case, students will receive notification of their full admission into the Exercise Physiology program approximately four weeks following the online application deadline. Notification will be sent to the students valdosta.edu email.
Applicants not selected for admission who wish to be considered for future cohorts will need to complete the entire admission process again for the next cohort available. This includes submission of a new application online prior to the next application deadline. You will not be considered an active applicant if you do not complete the entire application process. All applicants must meet admission criteria in place at time of application, which may be different from a previous application period.
Mandatory Orientation Attendance
Students admitted for the fall semester are required to attend a mandatory Exercise Physiology orientation meeting the Friday before the first day of fall classes.
Students admitted for the spring semester are required to attend a mandatory Exercise Physiology orientation meeting the Friday before the first day of spring classes.
Students should have a back-up plan in place in case they are not admitted into the Exercise Physiology program. Therefore, it is highly recommended that students utilize pre-registration in the spring term to register for alternative courses for the fall semester.
Exercise Physiology Program Application
Students interested in pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Exercise Physiology should declare their major as Health Sciences with an Exercise Physiology concentration.
Admission into the Exercise Physiology Program of Study requires the following:
- declared Health Sciences with an Exercise Physiology concentration
- completion of all courses in the Areas A through F of the Core Curriculum (fresh/soph courses) as it pertains to the B.S. Exercise Physiology curriculum requirements
- grade of “C” or better in
- All area A courses (English Composition I and II, Math Modeling or Math Algebra)
- All area D courses (Biology and Chemistry courses)
- All area F courses (Anatomy and Physiology I and II, Statistics, Computing, and a Math or Science elective)
- greater than or equal to a 2.50 cumulative overall grade point average
- having completed and submitted an online Exercise Physiology application by the deadline for semester of entry (May 1 for Fall semester and Oct 1 for Spring semester. There is no summer admission for B.S. Exercise Physiology)
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences has an application portal for students to apply to the B.S. Exercise Physiology program. To access the College of Nursing and Health Sciences application portal, students must use their MyVSU username and password. For applicants who are not current or former Valdosta State University students, a MyVSU username and password will be provided once accepted into Valdosta State University. Please do not procrastinate in applying to Valdosta State University.
If you have any questions about the EP program application, please contact the CONHS Advising Center (email@example.com).