The exercise science program at Edwards campus is closer to home and the small class sizes make it a unique and more personal experience.
The admission criteria for the exercise science degree completion program includes a minimum cumulative and exercise science admission GPA of 2.75 and 25 completed hours. Students must complete an additional application to the School of Education in their first semester of enrollment. Please consult your Edwards Campus advisor for questions concerning admission requirements.
These courses must be taken prior to admission to the Exercise Science program at KU Edwards.
|Course||Credit Hr.||KU Code|
|Principles of Biology and Lab1
Principles of Cell & Molecular Biology1
|4||BIOL 100 and BIOL 102
|Human Anatomy||3||BIOL 240|
|Principles of Physiology||3||BIOL 246|
|English Composition I1||3||ENGL 101|
|English Composition II1||3||ENGL 102|
|Public Speaking1||3||COMS 130|
|General Psychology*||3||PSYC 104|
|Intro to Exercise Science||3||HSES 269|
1Must have a minimum grade of “C”
*Courses fulfill psychology minor, speak with academic advisor for details
These courses can be taken in conjunction with post-admission exercise science curriculum.
|Course||Credit Hr||KU Code|
|Intro to Ethics||3||PHIL 160|
|Principles of Nutrition2||3||HSES 330|
Fundamentals of Microbiology2
|Basic Microbiology Lab
Fundamentals of Microbiology Lab2
|Human Anatomy Lab||2||BIOL 241|
|Principles of Human Physiology Lab||2||BIOL 247|
|General Chemistry I||5||CHEM 130|
|General Chemistry II||5||CHEM 135|
|College Physics I||4||PHSX 114|
|College Physics II||4||PHSX 115|
|Any KU Core Goal 3 Arts & Humanities||3||GE3H|
|Any KU Core Goal 4.12||3||AE41|
|Any KU Core Goal 4.22||3||AE42|
1 Not required if student has completed Precalculus or Calculus I or higher.
2 This course can be taken at KU Edwards.
- A maximum of 64 hours from community or junior colleges count within the minimum cumulative credit hour requirement.
- Only transfer grades of C or higher count toward KU degree requirements.
- Courses graded credit/no-credit or pass/fail are not accepted.
- Visit KU’s transfer credit website to ensure your transfer credits will count toward the KU degree.
KU Core is the university-wide curriculum that all incoming students will fulfill as part of their degree, in addition to degree-specific and major requirements. Visit KU Core for more information.
Please see the program advisor for additional details.