Selection of applicants is made on a competitive basis and equal education opportunity is offered to all students who meet the entrance requirements without regard to race, creed, sex, color, religion, marital status, sexual orientation, age, national origin, disability, or veteran status.
The number of students admitted is dependent upon the educational resources available to support the program. No applicant is accepted until the admissions process is complete.
To be eligible for admission, candidates must:
1Social and Behavioral Sciences include courses such as anthropology, economics, political science, psychology or sociology.
2Humanities and Fine Arts include courses such as art history, dance, history, modern languages, music, philosophy, religion or theatre.
3Biological Sciences include courses such as general biology, cell biology, anatomy and physiology, genetics, embryology and zoology. Science survey courses and science courses designed for non-majors are not acceptable for transfer credit.
4Electives should be selected from a broad range of academic courses which may include anatomy and physiology, cell biology, genetics, embryology, calculus, management or computer applications.