We’re glad you’re considering a career in chiropractic or the health sciences. To begin your journey, you should apply for admission as soon as possible so that your admissions advisor can assist in selecting the appropriate prerequisite courses. This can be done during your first semester of college. If you have completed some college or have decided to change your major, we can help you revise your academic plan.
Are you ready to be the difference in healthcare? If so, start your journey now by selecting the program and path that fits you best!
Alternative Admissions Track Plan (AATP)
If you do not have the prerequisite science courses and have a high GPA, or if your GPA is below 3.00 but between 2.75-2.99, you may be considered for admission under the Alternative Admissions Track Plan (AATP). Students admitted under AATP will be given a personalized educational plan to optimize their opportunities for success. Contact an admissions advisor for additional information.
To qualify for admission into the M.S. in Exercise Physiology program following admission into CUKC, students must submit appropriate materials demonstrating completion or be in the process of completing the following:
A Bachelor of Science degree that satisfies one of the following prerequisite options:
Please note that admission to Cleveland University-Kansas City is separate from admission to the A.A.S. degree program.
Students desiring admission to an A.A.S. degree program at CUKC must:
Students who complete all their required general education coursework and prerequisites at CUKC will be granted preferred admission status to the A.A.S. programs provided that all degree program criteria for admission are met and all other additional considerations are satisfactory.
Applicants with 24 college credits do not have to submit a high school transcript. Still, they must submit official post-secondary transcript(s) reflecting successful completion of at least 24 college units.
Students who do not meet the automatic admission requirements will be reviewed individually for possible admission on a trial basis. If admitted, students may be required to participate in an academic support program as a condition of their admission.