Several prerequisites for the concentration satisfy General Education requirements (see #2 below - prerequisites to the major). This concentration does not qualify students for admission to the Single Subject Credential Program. Students are strongly suggested to get advising early in their program to help meet career objectives. Each course counted toward the major, including prerequisites, must be completed with a grade of C- (1.9) or higher. All courses counted toweard the major (both within and outside the Department) must be taken on a letter grade basis. Most professional post-graduate degree programs (e.g., graduate schools, Physical Therapy schools, and Occupational Therapy schools) have a prerequisite "repeat" policy that only allows a course to be taken twice for a passing grade (a coruse is considered a "repeat" even if it is taken at a different university).