How to Apply
Submission of TEAS scores, Essay, and Spring Grade Report(s) should be sent to the BCH Advising office via email or fax only by the May 1st deadline. The appropriate email to which to send a .pdf copy of this completed form(s) is firstname.lastname@example.org. The proper fax is 904.620.1770; all faxes should include a coversheet. The Exercise Science program is a limited access admission program that only admits in the fall semester. Application deadline is May 1. In addition to meeting the university admission criteria, applicants must be junior status (earned a minimum of 60 semester hours) prior to enrolling in Exercise Science courses and meet the following requirements below.
Successful completion of admission requirements does not guarentee acceptance into the Program. Enrollment in the Program is limited to a total of 40 new students typically admitted each year from a competitive applicant pool.
Submission of UNF application, all official transcripts, and documentation by May 1 of the year of application;
Attainment of minimum of a B grade or higher in at least 3 of the following 4 prerequisite courses:(BSCX085/BSCX085L -Anatomy and Physiology I and Lab; BSCX086/BSCX086L- Anatomy and Physiology II and Lab; CHMX045/CHMX045L-College Chemistry and Lab; MACX105- College Algebra).
**Please note: CHM1032c does not fulfill the Chemistry requirement. Retaking prerequisite courses multiple times will negatively impact the admission decision.
Completion of the Test of Essential Academic Skills (TEAS) version V; only one attempt is allowed per admission term (Testing dates will be available starting in Spring semester).
TEAS Entrance Exam Information
Submission of Exercise Science Admission Essay. The essay should be double spaced with Times New Roman 12 point font. Standard 1 inch margins and a maximum of 500 words. Address the following areas:
Spring Grade Report
Fall applicants taking spring courses outside of UNF must supply spring grades by May 1st. For those whose schools will not have grades posted by the May 1st deadline, the following form must be submitted for each spring course taken.
This form is only necessary for Exercise Science applicants taking non-UNF courses in the spring term of the same year that admission is sought for the program. The applicant should fill in all information except for the grade and missing assignments; that information should be filled in by the course instructor. Forms should be supplied to the Brooks College of Health Advising office for Exercise Science via email or fax only. Do not mail this form to the advising office or any other office on campus; do not bring the form in person. The appropriate email to which to send a .pdf copy of this completed form is email@example.com. The proper fax is 904.620.1770; all faxes should include a coversheet.
Specific prerequisites can be found on the program of study page. Retaking prerequisite courses multiple times will negatively impact the admission decision.
Remaining prerequisite courses taken in summer semester must be completed no later than the second week of August, prior to starting the Exercise Science course work at UNF in fall admission. Transcripts for remaining prerequisites are due by mandatory program orientation on Friday before fall semseter starts.
TEAS exam: Spring semester at UNF (only one attempt allowed per admission term)
Application deadline including TEAS score report, Exercise Science admission essay, Spring grade reports, and a Proof of summer registration outside of UNF: May 1
Admission decisions: By the end of May - decision letters to all applicants will be sent by mail no later than early June
Completion of the remaining Exercise Science program prerequisite in summer semester: By the second week of August
Mandatory Orientation: Friday before Fall semester starts
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