Students are required to maintain minimum standards for the university and for the major throughout the program. For students to progress through the curriculum, they must earn a grade of C or higher in each course in the major and maintain a cumulative GPA of 2.5 or higher in all college coursework leading to the Bachelor of Science in Applied Exercise Science.
Students are also required to follow the proper course sequence and meet all prerequisites prior to completing the succeeding courses in the curriculum. The curriculum is designed to be completed in four academic years, however, students with limited schedules should anticipate additional time to complete the major.
*Meets a General Studies core (or elective) requirement.
+Meets a University Skills requirement.
^Both should be taken concurrently.
**Enrollment in AES 495 may be for 2 or 4 units at a time; 4 units are required for the major.
***Meets the Upper-division Writing Intensive requirement.
Applied Exercise Science (AES) students are required to maintain CPR certification throughout the major after the completion of the initial course training. Students are also responsible for the transportation costs associated with required internship experiences in the AES major and are subject to other policies and procedures related to the AES major as determined by the program director and the Department of Exercise and Sport Science.