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Exercise Science (B.S.)

Exercise Science (B.S.)

Admissions Information for 2018-2019 Catalog Year


Exercise Science (B.S.)
Department of Rehabilitation Sciences

(239) 745-4255

 2017-2018 Catalog Year

The Bachelor of Science (B.S.) in Exercise Science provides students with the knowledge, skills and abilities to analyze movement and maximize performance levels of high-level athletes, fitness-oriented persons, and special populations such as children and older adults.  Graduates of the Exercise Science program will also be prepared for graduate programs in the applied sciences, athletic training, physical therapy and occupational therapy.  The Exercise Science program is 120 credit hours in length. Upper division requirements are completed in five semesters with a cohort model entering in the fall semester.

Please see the Milestone Checklist below for more information on progressing to the upper-level Exercise Science curriculum.

Getting Started

If you are not yet an FGCU student, visit the Admissions Office Website

If you are a newly-admitted FGCU student please be sure to sign up for an Eagle View Orientation session. As part of this session you will be meeting with an academic advisor who will assist you in registering for classes for your major.

Program Admission Requirements

Admission Deadlines

Visit the Admissions Office Web site for information on admission deadlines of the university.

Exercise Science Milestone Checklist

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Please click the link above for a table describing the required milestones for the Exercise Science Program. Students are strongly encouraged to meet with their academic advisors to ensure that they are on track to meeting their academic goals. The checklist above should be utilized as a resource only and should not be considered comprehensive.


For questions regarding the milestones, please make an appointment with the Marieb College Office of Academic Advising online at
or send an email to the Department of Rehabilitation Sciences Office at