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Graduate Admission Requirements


Admission to graduate study at The College at Brockport is based on the academic and personal qualifications of applicants without regard to race/ethnicity, age, gender, sexual orientation, religions, national origin, marital status, or status as a Vietnam-era or disabled veteran. The selection process identifies students whose academic ability, past performance, and motivation indicate the potential for success in graduate-level studies at The College at Brockport. 
Degree candidacy admission in physical education and sport depends on several factors, including the attainment of:

              1. a bachelor's degree
              2. an acceptable grade point average
              3. an undergraduate degree in physical education*
              4. evidence of qualification for a teaching certificate in physical education* and
              5. the development of an approved Course of Study.

*The requirement for an undergraduate degree in physical education and teaching certificate is waived on a case-by-case basis for:

  1. students wishing to pursue athletic administration at the college or university level or
  2. students wishing to pursue a non-certification option in adapted physical education or the general program. Individuals pursuing the non-certification option in adapted physical education must demonstrate a relevant knowledge base, including, at minimum, 12 credits in the professional field of physical education approved by the department.

Last Updated 1/2/15