Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration applicants are required to meet the institution’s admissions policies and may be considered for admission to the program if they achieve the minimum scores on the required sections of the Next Generation ACCUPLACER test. The ACCUPLACER is designed to provide placement, advisement, and guidance information for students entering the program.
The applicant may take a section of the ACCUPLACER required for admission to a program up to three times initially, with at least 48 hours between attempts. If the applicant does not achieve a passing score on the required tests after three attempts, the applicant must wait two months before retaking the failed test(s). After the two-month waiting period, the applicant may take the failed ACCUPLACER test(s) up to three more times. If the applicant does not achieve a passing score after these three attempts, the applicant must wait one calendar year before retaking the sections required for admission to the program.
Students who have earned an associate degree, or higher, from an institution accredited by an accrediting agency recognized by the United Statements Department of Education are exempt from taking the ACCUPLACER test sections.
In addition, an applicant is required to:
- Complete the Academic Readiness Survey
- Take the Online Readiness Quiz