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University of Calgary Calendar 2018-2019 Faculty of Kinesiology 3. Faculty Regulations 3.1 Admissions
3.1 Admissions

New applicants should refer to A.2 in the Admissions section of this Calendar for regulations regarding University admission requirements. Applicants must meet all deadlines and requirements. Refer to

The Faculty of Kinesiology admits students to the Fall Term only.

Limited Enrolment

Enrolment in the Faculty of Kinesiology is limited by admission quotas. Applicants will be admitted on the basis of academic performance, until the enrolment quota is reached.

Second Baccalaureate Degree

Students who hold a bachelor's degree (or equivalent) from a recognized/accredited institution may be considered for a program leading to a second or subsequent bachelor's degree (commonly referred to as an After-Degree), provided they qualify for admission and meet all University and Faculty regulations. Consultation with academic advisors regarding admission and graduation requirements is strongly recommended. For more information regarding admission to a second undergraduate degree, refer to A.5.5 in Admissions.