Undergraduate Regulations

Undergraduate Admission


To be considered for admission to Regular or Provisional standing, a prospective student must submit a completed application for admission to the Graduate College. A complete application for admission consists of the following elements:

  1. A completed Graduate College Undergraduate Admissions Application form, and
  2. Official copies of transcripts from all undergraduate institutions the student has attended.

ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Requirements for admission to undergraduate degree programs are as follows:

- A completed application form with a non–refundable application fee of $25.00.

- A minimum of 50 semester hours of transferable college credit. * (Degree Completion Programs only)

- Official transcript(s) of all academic coursework beyond high school.

- A minimum overall grade point average of 2.0

- A minimum of two years of qualified work experience.

- A minimum TOEFL test score of 500 for international students.

Levels of Admission

  1. Regular Admission: The applicant meets all requirements for admission.

  2. Provisional Admission: Students admitted provisionally need to do one or both of the following, as directed in their letter of admission:

    a) Complete program prerequisites by the date provided in the letter of admission.

    b) Complete nine hours in their cohort with a minimum GPA of 2.0. Prerequisite courses and requirement may be assigned to students who do not meet all program admission requirements.

*Applicants with less than 50 hours may be evaluated on an individual basis.

Updated 3/27/2012