How to Apply
- Minimum 2.5 cumulative GPA from all transfer coursework
- Completion of CSU general education transfer requirements (for articulated classes, visit the Assist Web site)
- Completion of BIOL 104
- All courses already taken for the major (see complete 2-yr cycle) must be completed with a C or better.
- Completion of an Extended Learning Program Application form;
- Application to the CSU (will be distributed at program information sessions).
- Note: The four pre-Kinesiology core courses required prior to application/admission to our state-side program are provided during the 2-year cycle and are NOT required prior to application/admission to this program.
If you have any questions please feel free to contact us at 760-750-4020.
All prospective students are required to submit a Program Application. Submission of the Program Application will allow the Kinesiology department and Extended Learning to provide each prospective student with an educational plan for program acceptance. Each applicant will receive an individualized advising worksheet showing course requirements completed and outstanding requirements that need to be met.
Before submitting your application, you will be prompted to pay the non-refundable $105 Application Fee. You should receive an email confirming your application submission and payment.
Note: Should you be offered admission into this program, you will be asked to pay a $150 "intent to enroll" fee upon acceptance.This fee will be credited towards your first semester's fees.
CSU San Marcos receives electronic transcripts through e Transcript California from many California Community Colleges (Palomar, MiraCosta, Southwestern, etc.). Participating institutions will provide electronic transcripts through the established process.
Electronic transcripts provided through external, or third party, vendors (Credential Solutions, Docufide, Parchment, etc.) should be emailed to the following address: firstname.lastname@example.org
All other official transcripts must be enclosed in sealed envelopes and mailed or delivered to:
Office of Admissions and Recruitment
California State University San Marcos
333 S. Twin Oaks Valley Road
San Marcos, CA. 92096-0001
The administration of the B.S. Kinesiology program is contingent upon having the appropriate number of qualified candidates. In the event the number of minimum qualified candidates is not satisfied, the program may be delayed or cancelled prior to the program’s stated start date. Accepted applicants will be notified in writing if the program is cancelled or delayed. We encourage you to visit our website frequently for the most up-to-date information.
International Student Admissions Requirements
For all Extended Learning degree programs, "foreign students" include those who hold U.S. visas as students, exchange visitors, or in other nonimmigrant classifications. You must submit academic records from foreign institutions. The original foreign transcript must be on file and if they are not written in English, they must be accompanied by certified English translations. In addition, all foreign transcripts must be evaluated by one of the eight approved CSUSM foreign transcript evaluation agencies. Please visit this link to obtain the list of the eight approved CSUSM foreign transcript evaluation agencies. A course by course evaluation is requested from one of the eight approved CSUSM foreign transcript evaluation agencies. Please note that the evaluation and the original foreign transcript must be submitted to Extended Learning.
International students, please note: With a part-time RN-BSN, RN-MSN, MSN program Cal State San Marcos will not be able to sponsor F-1 students as the requirement to be an F-1 is full-time student status. However, the program will still be open to other non-immigrant visa holders who do not need an I-20 document for their status (including H-1 and E-1).
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
As required by Sections 40752.1, 40802.1, and 41040 of Title 5 of the California Code of Regulations, campuses of the California State University require that English competence be established by applicants for admission who have not attended for at least three years an education institution at the secondary level or beyond where English is the principal language of instruction. Most frequently, such students document competence in the English language via results on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). This test (TOEFL) has been and is available in three scoring formats.
Provided below are the CSU minimum scores for each TOEFL total score format: