Frequently Asked Questions - Graduate Programs - School of C...
Yes. You may apply to a program while you are in the process of finishing your bachelor's degree. If you are admitted into a program, however, you must submit your final transcript before you can register for classes.
PA Program | FAQ's
No. However, the point rating system used to select candidates for admission favors applicants with a baccalaureate degree.
Salt Lake Community College
It depends on how many courses you can take in a semester to finish the remaining required courses (about 45 credits if required freshman and sophomore courses have been completed along with General Education). A few majors will require full time attendance and others can be completed on a part time basis.
University of the Cumberlands | Department of Graduate Educa...
No. You need to complete your Bachelor’s degree prior to applying to a program for a Masters degree..
Canisius College - FAQs
Yes, a bachelor's degree is required to start graduate programs. For Canadian students, it may be a three year or four year degree. Three year bachelor's degree candidates must complete the masters program at Canisius before they are eligible to submit the request for certification to the NY State Department of Education.
The BIS program is open only to students who have not earned a first bachelor's degree. If you are thinking of changing fields and therefore are considering a second undergraduate degree, we would encourage you to explore graduate school options as an alternative. To complete courses required for admission to a graduate program, you can enroll in U.Va. courses on a non-degree-seeking basis through the Community Scholar Program at the School of Continuing & Professional Studies.
SUNY New Paltz - School of Education: Department of Secondar...
If you have few or no transfer credits in your chosen discipline (biology, chemistry, earth science, English, foreign language, history, mathematics, or physics), the bachelor's program will take you 2 or 2 ï¿½ years to complete, full time. If you have a graduate degree in one of the above subject areas, the bachelor's degree program will take you 2 or 2 ï¿½ years, part time. Ask your college professors, professional colleagues, and employers for these letters.
College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences - FAQs
You may submit your CASPA application to the program without having completed the bachelor's degree, as long as you will complete the degree prior to the start of the physician assistant program. For example, if you are aiming for admission into the program beginning May, 2009, then you must receive your bachelor's degree by April 2009.
I have my Bachelor's degree in an area other than nursing. Can I apply for admission to the program?University of North Dakota | College of Nursing
No. Applicants must have a bachelor’s degree in Nursing. As our program leads to a Master of Science Degree in Nursing, all applicants must have a Bachelor's degree in the area of nursing. If you are working on attaining your bachelor's degree and will have it completed before the start of the program (i.e. Fall semester), you may apply to the program prior to the deadline of October 1.
Pharm.D. FAQs | College of Pharmacy
All applicants to the Pharm.D. program must complete the Pharm.D. prerequisite courses to be eligible for admission. While courses completed in a foreign bachelor of pharmacy program may fulfill some of the Pharm.D. prerequisites, it is extremely uncommon for the previous coursework to fulfill all requirements. It is strongly recommended that applicants in this situation enroll at a U.S.
It depends on your degree and university. In general, applicants with three-year degrees will need additional coursework to demonstrate equivalency to a U.S. bachelor's degree. See International Degree Equivalents for more information.
Palmer College of Chiropractic, Admissions, FAQ's
No, a bachelor's degree is not a requirement for acceptance into Palmer, but currently the following states require a Baccalaureate Degree for licensure: Florida, Kansas, Maryland, Montana, North Carolina, Rhode Island, Tennessee, West Virginia, Wisconsin and the United States Virgin Islands. D.C. program prerequisites
Frequently Asked Questions :: Fairleigh Dickinson University
A minimum of four years of undergraduate study, or the equivalent, is required for admission. However, students with less than four years, who seek admission to an M.S. degree in computer science, management information systems, or MBA may request admission to the bridge program. If admitted to the bridge program, one year of undergraduate coursework must be taken as a Fairleigh Dickinson student to satisfy the four-year requirement.
Frequently Asked Questions about Admissions
Licensure requirements by state vary somewhat on this point. Most states require the doctor of chiropractic degree only. In most cases, the Admissions Office will have the most current information but licensure information also can be obtained from the board of chiropractic examiners in the state in which you wish to establish a practice. Licensing boards are generally located in the capital city of each state. Yes.
Spelman College: Prospective Students
If a student has already attended and graduated with an undergraduate degree from a college or university, she may not apply for admission to Spelman College.
National Gallery of Art - Frequently Asked Questions: Intern...
No. The minimum requirement is a bachelor's degree, with preference given to graduate students, but please keep us in mind for the future.
F.A.Q - Frequently Asked Questions
While most students enter doctoral programs directly from undergraduate studies, it is not uncommon for students first to obtain a master's degree in their discipline. Some doctoral programs prefer students without previous graduate study, but others, such as Clinical Psychology, may prefer their students to have either a master's degree or a substantial number of graduate credits in the field. It is best to check with each school to which you are applying for their policy and advice.
Information Technology Certificate
Yes. You will have to apply for admission to the University as an undergraduate student. Check with KSU admissions for current admission procedures, and pay careful attention to the deadlines for having your paperwork in to their office.
Physical Therapy Program: UNM HSC
We accept any Bachelor's degree from any accredited college, as long as you complete our 35 credit hours of prerequisites. Please contact us about Online course prerequisite policies. What degree you choose will not affect your admissions process, however, some degrees encompass our prerequisites more than others and some degrees prepare you better for the Physical Therapy Program curriculum. Some suggested degrees are Biology, Nutrition, Exercise Science and Athletic Training.