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The undergraduate Exercise Science curriculum (Degree Pathway) at UMass Lowell has a strong foundation in the sciences and meets all core curriculum requirements of the university.
General Program Requirements
Requirements to Maintain Matriculation in Exercise Science
All of the requirements listed below are required to remain enrolled in the ES program. Students who do not meet these conditions, will be dismissed from the program:
The following guidelines have been developed to specify the essential functions students must demonstrate in order to fulfill the requirements of the Exercise Science curricula, both the Clinical and Exercise and Fitness Management options. Functions listed are required for the learning and practice of critical thinking, communication, and technical skills taught in the curricula. These functions may be required in clinical, classroom, and laboratory environments.
The University of Massachusetts Lowell and Department of Physical Therapy & Kinesiology will consider for admission to its programs any applicant who demonstrates the ability to perform or learn to perform the functions listed in this document with or without reasonable accommodations or academic adjustments consistent with ADA. Applicants with disabilities are not required to disclose the existence or nature of their disability during the admissions process; however, any applicant with questions about these technical requirements is strongly encouraged to discuss the issue with a departmental representative. If appropriate, and upon the request of the applicant/student, academic adjustments and/or reasonable accommodations may be provided by Disability Services. However, if the requested accommodations fundamentally alter requirements of a program then those modifications/accommodations may not be granted as they would change the nature of the educational program being offered.
The student will be able to:
Behavioral and Social
Receptive and Expressive Abilities