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Fall 2020 Transfer Major Specific Requirements - CHHS

These criteria will be used for Fall 2020 and Spring 2021 Transfer admission consideration only. 
Admission criteria are subject to change for future admission cycles. See ASSIST to determine the courses offered at California institutions which will satisfy the specific course requirements.

College of Health and Human Services

Admission to all majors at CSULB is competitive as CSULB continues to have more qualified applicants than available new student spaces. All transfer students must declare a major when submitting their application. Review Transfer Application and Admissions eligibility for details.  To review the detailed major specific requirements select the major below. If a major is highly impacted it will be noted next to the name of the major and additional supplemental criteria and requirements are indicated in the major specific details.

How will students be considered for admission?

  • Except for "Highly Impacted" majors, CSU eligible applicants who are considered   "local"  based on their high school of graduation or their military veteran status will be offered admission if they meet the major specific minimum cumulative GPA and required lower division preparation.
  • Other CSU eligible applicants who have met the major specific minimum cumulative GPA and the minimum required lower division preparation will be admitted on a space available basis based on their cumulative GPA and the additional preparation courses completed if specified in the criteria.
  • If space is available after all students meeting the minimum major GPA and preparation have been accommodated, then CSU eligible students without the minimum major preparation will be considered.
  • Students admitted to the major who have not completed the additional recommended transfer requirements or the additional CSULB requirements must complete them in their first year at CSULB.

BE AWARE:  For Spring term admission, coursework and unit minimums must be completed no later than the prior Summer term.

Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) recipients: The Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) curriculum is used in lieu of the major specific degree requirements. We strongly encourage students to complete both the recommended and required courses as CSULB remains highly competitive in our admissions process. Under current CSU guidelines, the cumulative GPA will be increased by 0.1 and this ‘calculated GPA’ will be applied in the ranking of applicants. Please see the Associate Degree for Transfer (ADT) for a complete list of requirements and additional information on how the ADT will be used in the competitive ranking process.

 

Athletic Training

 Athletic Training is a highly impacted program.

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following. Applicants must submit a separate program application to the CSULB Athletic Training Education Program by February 2 for the fall semester. See the CSULB Athletic Training Education Program web site for the separate program application. The separate program application must be accompanied by three letters of recommendation; one letter must be from the athletic training setting noted below. 

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.7
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)

Please note: Applications are only accepted for the Fall Semester to this program.

Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses must be completed with a minimum GPA of 2.5

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

207

Human Physiology

BIOL

208

Human Anatomy

MATH

109,113,119A,122

Modeling w/Algebra; Pre-Calculus Algebra; Survey of Calculus; Calculus I

NUTR

132

Introductory Nutrition

PHYS

100A

General Physics

PSY

100

General Psychology

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking

Minimum of 150 pre–professional athletic training hours.

  • At least 100 hours must be attained by observation in a traditional athletic training setting under the supervision of a BOC certified athletic trainer.
    • A maximum of 50 of these hours may be attained in a clinical setting under the supervision of an allied healthcare professional. 
    • Health Care Professional: Athletic Trainer, Chiropractor, Dentist, Registered Dietitian, Emergency Medical Technician, Nurse Practitioner, Nutritionist, Paramedic, Occupational Therapist, Optometrist, Orthotist, Physician (MD/DO), Pharmacist, Physical Therapist, Physician Assistant, Podiatrist, Prosthetist, Psychologist, Registered Nurse or Social Worker who hold a current active state or national practice credential and/or certification in the discipline and whose discipline provides direct patient care in a field that has direct relevancy to the practice and discipline of Athletic Training.
Additional Recommended Preparation Courses for Transfer Applicants Only

Additional Recommended Preparation Courses for Transfer Applicants Only (Grade of "C" of better)

Course Number

Course Title

ATEP

207

Prevention and Care of Athletic Injuries

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Criminology and Criminal Justice

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum GPA: 3.0
  • Minimum lower division preparation (Grade C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses must be completed with a minimum GPA of 2.5

Course Number

Course Title

SOC

100

Principles of Sociology

PSY

100

General Psychology

POSC

100

Introduction to American Government

CRJU

101

Criminal Justice System in Society

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Mathematics
  • Critical Thinking (PHIL 170 recommended)

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Dietetics & Food Admin. (Option in Food Science)

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.5
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)

Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses must be completed with a minimum GPA of 2.5

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

201

General Microbiology for Health Professionals

CHEM

111A

General Chemistry

MATH

113,119A,122

 Pre-Calculus Algebra or higher; (Equivalent to Survey of Calculus; Calculus I)

NUTR

132

Introduction to Nutrition

PSY

100

General Psychology

 

Complete one of the following courses:

 

 

BIOL

260

Biostatistics

HDEV

190

Elementary Statistics in Social and Behavioral Sciences

PSY

110

Introductory Statistics

SOC

170

Elementary Statistics

STAT 

108

Statistics for Everyday Life

STAT

118

Introductory Business Statistics

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking (FSCI 101 recommended)
Additional Recommended Preparation Courses for Transfer Applicants Only

Additional Recommended Preparation Courses for Transfer Applicants Only (Grade of "C" of better)

Course Number

Course Title

CHEM

227

Fundamentals of Organic Chemistry


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Dietetics & Food Admin. (Option in Nutrition & Dietetics)

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 3.0
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)

Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses must be completed with a minimum GPA of 2.8  

Course Number

Course Title

NUTR

132

Introductory Nutrition

BIOL

207

Human Physiology

CHEM

111A

General Chemistry

MATH

113

 Pre-Calculus Algebra

BIOL

201

General Microbiology for Health Professionals

Complete one of the following:

 

 

STAT

108

Statistics for Everyday Life

BIOL

260

Biostatistics

PSY

110

Introductory Statistics

HDEV

190

Elementary Statistics in Social Behavioral Sciences

SOC

170

Elementary Statistics

STAT

118

Introductory Business Statistics

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 

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Family & Consumer Sciences (Option in Child Dev. & Family Studies)

Option in Child Development & Family Studies

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.5
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

ANTH

120

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology; or a Global Issues Course

 PSY

100

General Psychology

CDFS

111

Pre-School Child

NUTR

132

Introductory Nutrition

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics
Additional Recommended Preparation Courses for Transfer Applicants Only

Additional Recommended Preparation Courses for Transfer Applicants Only (Grade of "C" of better)

Course Number

Course Title

CDFS

211

Guiding Young Children


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Family & Consumer Sciences (Option in Family Life Education)

Option in Family Life Education

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.5
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

ANTH

120

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology; or a Global Issues Course

 PSY

100

General Psychology

CDFS

111

Pre-School Child

NUTR

132

Introductory Nutrition

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics

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Family & Consumer Sciences (Option in Consumer Affairs)

Option in Consumer Affairs

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.0
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)

Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

PSY or SOC

100

General Psychology or  Introductory Sociology

 ECON

100, 101

Principles of Macroeconomics; or Principles of Microeconomics

Complete one of the following:

 

 

HDEV

190

Elementary Statistics in Social and Behavioral Sciences

SOC

170

 Elementary Statistics

STAT

108

Statistics for Everyday Life 

STAT

118

Introductory Business Statistics

PSY

110

Introductory Statistics

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics (If Statistics course above is not GE approved)

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Family & Consumer Sciences (Option in Fashion Merchandising)

Option in Fashion Merchandising

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.5
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

 CHEM

100 or 111A

Chemistry & Today's World; or General Chemistry

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics 

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Family & Consumer Sciences (Option in Fashion Design)

Option in Fashion Design

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.5
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

 CHEM

100 or 111A

Chemistry & Today's World; or General Chemistry

HIST or AH

131 or 111A

Early Western Civilization; or Foundation of Art History I

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics 

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Health Care Administration

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.5
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

205, 207, 208 or 211

Human Biology, Human Physiology, Human Anatomy or Introduction to Evolution and Diversity

ECON

101

Principles of Microeconomics

ACCT

201

Elementary Financial Accounting

Complete one of the following:

 

 

SOC

170

 Elementary Statistics 

STAT

108 

Statistics for Everyday Life

PSY

110

Introductory Statistics

HDEV

190

Elementary Statistics in Social and Behavioral Sciences

STAT

118

Introductory Business Statistics

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics (If Statistics course above is not GE approved)


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Health Science (Option in Community Health Education)

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.4
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

205 or

207 and 208

Human Biology OR

Both Human Physiology AND Human Anatomy

NUTR

RSCH

RSCH

132 or

207 or

296B

Introductory Nutrition or

Interdisciplinary Approaches to Health Disparities or

Introduction to Behavioral Research Methods

Complete one of the following:

 

 

SOC

170

 Elementary Statistics

STAT

108 

Statistics for Everyday Life

PSY

110

Introductory Statistics

HDEV

190

Elementary Statistics in Social and Behavioral Sciences

STAT

118

Introductory Business Statistics

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics (If Statistics course above is not GE approved)
Additional Recommended Preparation Courses for Transfer Applicants Only

Additional Recommended Preparation Courses for Transfer Applicants Only (Grade of "C" of better)

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

101 or 201

Introduction to Human Disease or General Microbiology for Health Professionals

CHEM (one of the following)

100

111A

112A

140

Chemistry and Torday World

General Chemistry

Advanced General Chemistry

General, Organic and Biochemistry


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Health Science (Option in School Health Education)

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.4
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

205 or

207 and 208

Human Biology or

Both Human Physiology AND Human Anatomy

PSY

100

General Psychology

NUTR

132

Introductory Nutrition

Complete one of the following:

 

 

SOC

170

 Elementary Statistics

STAT

108 

Statistics for Everyday Life

PSY

110

Introductory Statistics

HDEV

190

Elementary Statistics in Social and Behavioral Sciences

STAT

118

Introductory Business Statistics

Written Communication Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics (If Statistics course above is not GE approved)
Additional Recommended Preparation Courses for Transfer Applicants Only

Additional recommended preparation for transfer students (grade of C or better required)

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

101 or 201

Introduction to Human Disease or General Microbiology for Health Professionals

CHEM (one of the following)

100

111A

112A

140

Chemistry and Torday World

General Chemistry

Advanced General Chemistry

General, Organic and Biochemistry
HSC 250 Public Health Aspects of Communicable and Non-Communicable Diseases


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Hospitality Management

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.0
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

ECON or ACCT

101 or 201

Principles of Microeconomics or Elementary Financial Accounting

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics
Additional Recommended Preparation Courses for Transfer Applicants Only

Additional recommended preparation for Transfer Applicants only (grade of C or better required)

Course Number

Course Title

ECON 

101 

Principles of Microeconomics

ACCT 

201

Elementary Financial Accounting


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Kinesiology (Option in Physical Education)

Option in Physical Education - Teacher Education

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.5
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

207

Human Physiology

BIOL

208

Human Anatomy

KIN

201

Introduction to Kinesiology

PSY

100

General Psychology

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics

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Kinesiology (Option in Exercise Science)

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 3.25
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses must be completed with a minimum GPA of 2.5

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

207

Human Physiology

BIOL

208

Human Anatomy

KIN

201

Introduction to Kinesiology

MATH

113, 119A or 122

Precalculus Algebra; or higher equivalent to Survey of Calculus I; or Calculus I

PSY

100

General Psychology

CHEM or PHYS

111A or 100A

General Chemistry or General Physics

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 

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Kinesiology (Option in Fitness)

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 3.0
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses must be completed with a minimum GPA of 2.5

 

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

 

207

Human Physiology

BIOL

 

208

Human Anatomy

KIN

 

201

Introduction to Kinesiology

PSY

 

100

General Psychology

Complete one of the following:      

STAT

 

108

Statistics for Everyday Life

PSY

 

110

Introductory Statistics

HDEV   190 Elementary Statistics in Social and Behavioral Sciences
SOC   170 Elementary Statistics
STAT   118 Introductory Business Statistics

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics if Statistics course taken is not GE approved
Additional Recommended Preparation for Transfer Applicants Only

Additional recommended preparation for Transfer Applicants only (grade of C or better required)

Course Number

Course Title

NUTR

132

Introductory Nutrition

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Kinesiology (Option in Sport Psychology & Leadership)

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 3.0
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)

Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses must be completed with a minimum GPA of 2.5

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

207

Human Physiology

BIOL

208

Human Anatomy

KIN

201

Introduction to Kinesiology

PSY

100

General Psychology

Complete one of the following:    

STAT

108

Statistics for Everyday Life

HDEV

190

Elementary Statistics in Social and Behavioral Sciences

PSY

110

Introductory Statistics

SOC

170

Elementary Statistics

STAT

118

Introductory Business Statistics

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics if Statistics course taken is not GE approved
Additional Recommended Preparation for Transfer Applicants Only

Additional recommended preparation for Transfer Applicants Only (grade of C or better required)

Course Number

Course Title

NUTR

132

Introductory Nutrition

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Nursing BSN Basic

Nursing BSN Basic is a highly impacted program.

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following. Applicants must submit a separate program application to the School of Nursing. In reviewing applications, a personal profile is developed for each applicant based on GPA in pre–requisite courses and the General Assessment Test. The largest weight in the profile is derived from the pre–requisite science courses GPA, with typical courses being 3.25 or higher and no grades below “C.” Applicants with the highest profile scores are selected for admission. The number of applicants who can be admitted is limited by space availability. It is anticipated that about 72 students will be admitted each fall and spring from hundreds of applications. Additional information about the admissions review process and statistics on those accepted to the major is available on the School of Nursing website.

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 3.25
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses must be completed with a minimum GPA of 3.0

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

207

Human Physiology Lecture & Lab

BIOL

208

Human Anatomy Lecture & Lab

BIOL

201

Microbiology Lecture & Lab (General Microbiology for Health Professionals)

CHEM

 

General, Inorganic, Organic or Intergrated (with associated lab if required at the institution where the course was taken)

Complete one of the following:    

STAT

108

Statistics for Everyday Life 

HDEV

190

Elementary Statistics in Social and Behavioral Sciences

PSY

110

Introductory Statistics

SOC

170

Elementary Statistics

STAT

118

Introductory Business Statistics

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking

Applicants must complete a General Assessment Test given by the School of Nursing

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Nursing Registered Nurses (RN to BSN Program)

Nursing Registered Nurses is a highly impacted program.

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following. Applicants must submit a separate program application to the School of Nursing.

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.75
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

207

Human Physiology Lecture & Lab

BIOL

208

Human Anatomy Lecture & Lab

BIOL

201

Microbiology Lecture & Lab (General Microbiology for Health Professionals)

CHEM

 

General, Inorganic, Organic or Intergrated (with associated lab if required at the institution where the course was taken)

Complete one of the following:    

STAT

108

Statistics for Everyday Life 

HDEV 190 Elementary Statistics in Social and Behavioral Sciences
PSY 110 Introductory Statistics
SOC 170 Elementary Statistics
STAT 118 Introductory Business Statistics 

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking

Accredited Associate Degree in Nursing and RN license

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Recreation & Leisure Studies

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.0
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Complete one of the following major preparation courses

Course Number

Course Title

ANTH

120

Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

CDFS

211

Guiding Young Children

HDEV 

180

Lifespan Human Development

PSY

100

General Psychology

SOC

100

Principles of Sociology

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics
Additional Recommended Preparation Courses for Transfer Applicants Only

Additional recommended preparation for Transfer Applicants Only (grade of C or better required)

Course Number

Course Title

REC

141

Introduction to Leisure Services

REC

225

Programming Recreation Activities


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Recreation Therapy

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following:

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.4
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)
Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

PSY

100

General Psychology

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking 
  • Mathematics
Additional Recommended Preparation Courses for Transfer Applicants Only

Additional recommended preparation for Transfer Applicants Only (grade of C or better required)

Course Number

Course Title

REC

141

Introduction to Leisure Services

REC

225

Programming Recreation Activities

 

 

A human anatomy and physiology course


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Social Work

Social Work is a highly impacted program.

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following. Applicants must submit a separate program application to the School of Social Work by March 1st for the upcoming fall semester. The application includes statements of biographical and educational background and a description of community and/or social work experience. In addition, each applicant must submit two letters of reference, one academic and one professional. Eligible applicants will be selected for admission on a space-available basis based on review of the entire application packet. View the BASW sequence of course information on our website for more information.

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 2.5
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)

Please note: Applications are only accepted for the Fall Semester to this program.

Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

BIOL

205

Human Biology Course 

PSY

100

General Psychology

Complete one of the following courses:

 

 

HDEV

190

Elementary Statistics in Social & Behavioral Sciences

STAT

108

Statistics for Everyday Life

PSY

110

Introductory Statistics

SOC

170

Elementary Statistics; or another course in statistics

STAT

118

Introductory Business Statistics 

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking
  • Mathematics, if Statistics course taken above is not GE approved

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Speech Language Pathology

To be considered for admission to the major, applicants must demonstrate the following. 

  • Minimum Cumulative GPA: 3.5
  • Minimum lower division preparation (grade of C or better required)

Please note: Applications are only accepted for the Fall Semester to this program.

The following suite of major preparation courses must be completed with a minimum GPA of 3.0

Major Preparation Courses

Major Preparation Courses

Course Number

Course Title

GENERAL ED
CATEGORY

Category B2/B3

Human Physiology & Lab or Human Anatomy & Lab Recommended

GENERAL ED
CATEGORY

Category B1/B3

Physical Science Course (Chem 100- Chemistry Today's World; or PHYS 100A - General Physics are recommended - at least one  of the courses must have a laboratory component.)

SOCIAL SCIENCE COURSE

See Course Titles

(ANTH 120 - Introduction to Cultural Anthropology; or PSY 100 - General Psychology; or SOC 100 - Principles of Sociology are recommended)

STATISTICS COURSE

Any STAT

Any STAT Courses

Required General Education courses not covered by major preparation courses:

  • Written Communication
  • Oral Communication
  • Critical Thinking
  • Mathematics

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