How to Apply: Undergraduate Admissions
Whether you are a transfer student or a high-school senior, you need to understand the application process at the University of Delaware.
The Admissions Office can assist you in the transfer process. Before you apply, it is crucial to review the Requirements by Major section on the Transfer Students website. Some majors are closed to transfers, while many other majors require a higher GPA and/or specific course requirements in order to be considered for admission.
If you decide to apply to the University of Delaware, it is important to know the deadlines for submitting applications. For information on the admission’s process, please visit the Undergraduate Admissions website.
Current Students at UD: Change of Major
If you are a student already enrolled at the University of Delaware, it is recommended to contact an Academic Advisor in the Department of Kinesiology and Applied Physiology. Meeting the minimum criteria does not guarantee entry into a major; approval for change of major is contingent on available space. More information can be found on the Office of the University Registrar website.
Exercise Science – Students must have taken CHEM103, CHEM104, BISC207, BISC208 with a minimum grades of C- in each, have completed 28 credit hours at the University of Delaware, and have approximately a 3.0 GPA.
Students must submit the “Change of Major” form in UDSIS from January 1-15 (for spring acceptance) or June 1-15 (for fall acceptance); students will be notified by February 1 or July 1 respectively.
Athletic Training – Students interested in the major should first apply for admission to the Athletic Training Interest program, which may be done at any time (assuming a minimum 2.0 GPA) by submitting the “Change of Major” form in UDSIS. An interview may be requested at the time of application to the Interest area.
Students must complete pre-requisite courses including KAAP155, KAAP220, KAAP210 and KAAP240. Directed observation hours, clinical evaluations and competencies, essay, and recommendations are required. This is a four year program and cannot be completed in any less time.