Please review the following requirements:
- Students must meet with their advisor each semester for Pre-registration/Advising.
- Students must provide evidence of current CPR Certification (infant through adult) prior to entry into the senior year.
- Students are expected to demonstrate an understanding of Standard and Transmission-Based Precautions and adhere to those standards in the laboratory and practice setting when necessary.
- A criminal background check (CORI check) is required before starting the Clinical Practicum in the senior year.
To qualify for continued matriculation in the Exercise Physiology program, all students must meet specific academic criteria. These include maintaining a minimum overall GPA of 2.5, a minimum science GPA of 2.5, a minimum 2.5 GPA in all courses in the EP major, and no grade less than C in major courses. A student with a successful appeal will be allowed back into the program on probation. A student is permitted only one probationary period in his/her undergraduate career in the EP program.
Students are expected to adhere to the Honor Code and to maintain the highest ethical behavior both in and out of the classroom. Cheating or plagiarism is strictly prohibited. Should students witness either behavior, they are required by the Code to report infractions. Students found in violation of the Honor Code will be dismissed from the program.