Department of Kinesiology Advisement
Advising is mandatory once a year, and the hold is placed in the spring quarter - prior to the start of fall registration. You do not need to wait until the hold is in place to see your advisor. Speaking with an advisor any time during the academic year will clear the hold in spring.
If you need additional assistance, please visit our Peer Advising Center. Located in HP-235, the peer advising coordinator, Erika Hernandez, 909/537-7627, is also available for all kinesiology majors who seek help with registering for courses and general advising. The center is open Monday through Thursday 8am - 5pm, and on Fridays from 8am - 4:30pm. Please come to HP-120 and get your student file prior to meeting with your advisor or visiting the Peer Advising Center.
Below are a list of advising sheets for the 2014/2015 bulletin year. To view prior year advising sheets, please contact us.
- Allied Health Professions (formerly Pre Physical Therapy) Advising Sheet
- Exercise Science Advising Sheet
- Pedagogy Advising Sheet
- Pedagogy with Adapted Physical Education Advising Sheet
- Adapted Physical Education Advising Sheet
- General Education Advising Sheet
Road Maps (Typical 4 Year Program Plans)
NEW! Criteria for Admission to the Allied Health Professions concentration beginning Fall 2014
The concentration in Allied Health Professions (AHP) is for students interested in eventual graduate education in allied health professions (viz., physical therapy, occupational therapy, physician’s assistant, medical or dental school) after graduation from CSUSB. CSUSB Kinesiology AHP students will engage in a rigorous course of study in Kinesiology, Biology, Chemistry, and Physics. This concentration offers undergraduate students essential prerequisite courses for eventual graduate study in a preferred AHP. Students are strongly encouraged to review admission requirements at accredited universities to which they may apply for specific allied health professions graduate program. (Formerly PRE-PHYSICAL THERAPY)
Minimum Admission Requirements for First Year Students:
Listed below are the minimum requirements for high school applicants interested in the AHP program.
|Required GPA||Required SAT OR Required ACT|
|3.45||800 SAT OR 18 ACT|
|3.10||1100 SAT OR 22 ACT|
|2.95||1220 SAT OR 27 ACT|
|2.75||1290 SAT OR 29 ACT|
Minimum Admission Requirements for Transfer Students:
- 3.2 cumulative GPA required
- Complete the following:
- One (1) of the following:
- MATH 192 Methods of Calculus
- MATH 211 Basic Concepts of Calculus
- BIOL 223 Human Physiology and Anatomy I
- BIOL 224 Human Physiology and Anatomy II
- A minimum of one (1) science series chosen from Group A, B or C:
- Group A
- CHEM 215. General Chemistry I
- CHEM 216. General Chemistry II
- Group B
- PHYS 121. Basic Concepts of Physics I
- PHYS 122. Basic Concepts of Physics II
- PHYS 123. Basic Concepts of Physics III
- Group C
- PHYS 221. General Physics I
- PHYS 222. General Physics II
- PHYS 223. General Physics III
The grade earned in each of the above courses must be no lower than a “C” (2.0).
Students in the Allied Health Professions concentration must maintain a cumulative 3.2 GPA once admitted to the program.
Requirements for the B.S. in Kinesiology -
Allied Health Professions Concentration
Students must earn a grade of "C" (2.0) or better in all lower division courses required to fulfill a B.S. in Kinesiology - Allied Health Professions Concentration.