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DECLARING OR CHANGING YOUR MAJOR College of Business continued...

Students majoring in Sport Management earn a Bachelor of Science in Sport Sciences (B.S.Sp.S.). Some students interested in the Sport Management program will enter Ohio University with a pre-major code of ND8840 (Pre-Sport Management). To be admitted into the major, a student must apply and be accepted after successfully completing seven courses in the sport management requisite with at least a 2.75 cumulative GPA. Complete these seven requisite courses (21 credit hours total) with a grade of “C” (2.0) or better in each course: • ECON 1030 • SASM 2250 • ACCT 1010 • MATH 1350 • SASM 1010 • COMS 1030 • ENG 1510 or 1610 Students are advised to make a decision about a major as early as possible in order to apply to the program in a timely manner. For Pre-Sport Management Majors (ND8840) in the College of Business: The completed application and a current DARS report must be submitted by the end of the second week of the semester following completion of the admission requirements with verification by and signature of your faculty advisor For All Other Applicants: You must bring the completed application and a current DARS report to Computer Services Center room 001 to meet with the Chair of the Department of Sports Administration (or designated professor) for verification and endorsement by the seventh day of the semester following completion of the admission requirements. If you are admitted to the major, you must take your copy of the signed form to Copeland 214 by the end of the second week to change your major code to BS8123 (Sport Management). {mb}

Scripps College of Communication For more information, visit the Dean’s Suite in Schoonover Center for Communication (Room 100) or call 740-593-4883. Find transfer information at > Communication > Go to info for Scripps College of Communication

All students wishing to transfer into a school in the college must meet the minimum standards indicated by the individual school. Completion of those requirements does not guarantee acceptance into one of the programs; students are admitted on a space available basis, up to the school’s enrollment ceiling. A “C” or better is required in the core classes for each school (see Undergraduate Catalog for list). J. Warren McClure School of Information and Telecommunication Systems Philip Campbell, 31 South Court Street, 740-593-4907, • Students must have a 2.50 cumulative GPA or higher. Meeting this and other requirements does not guarantee admission into the school. • Students must complete a Transfer Information Sheet (available in the school office or online at current-students/undergrad/forms and submit an Update of Program form. • Students may apply for transfer at any time; however, transfers are finalized only at the beginning of each term or between terms. School of Communication Studies Associate Director for Undergraduate Studies, Lasher Hall, 740-593-4842. • Students should review the school website (, print a “What If” DARS, and attend a transfer workshop (offered in September and February). • Students must have a 2.75 cumulative GPA or higher for admission, although a 2.75 cumulative GPA does not guarantee admission. Students must apply online at: The online application is available from Sept. 15 to Oct. 15 to apply for spring semester admission and Feb. 15- Mar. 15 to apply for fall semester admission. The application includes writing a short essay. A concise, well-written essay with correct grammar and spelling is an important part of the application process. • First-year students may apply between Feb. 15–March 15 for fall admission if they will have completed at least 30 hours with a 2.75 cumulative GPA or higher by the end of spring semester. • Students who have completed more than 30 hours should have a 2.75 cumulative GPA or higher when they apply and may apply either September 15-October 15 for spring semester admission or February 15-March 15 for fall semester admission. A student who has earned more than 30 hours and is close to a 2.75 cumulative GPA may apply; possible admission will be determined after grades for the semester are recorded. 9

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