Program Requirements

Associate in Science
For admission into the Associate in Science Pre-Professional and Life Sciences Tracks program, applicants must meet admission criteria to the college and must:
- Submit an official transcript showing evidence of either high school or college level Algebra I, Algebra II, and either Geometry or a Math with Algebra II as a pre-requisite, Chemistry and Biology with a preferred minimum grade of "C"
- Provide two references indicating acceptable academic ability and/or work ethic
- Present acceptable scores on either the ASSET test (35 - writing, 37 - reading and 33 - numerical), SAT I (430 - critical reading and 380 - math) OR the ACT (composite score of 18)
- Provide evidence of an upper-half ranking from their high school class
Pre-Nursing
For admission into the Associate in SciencePre-Nursing Track program, applicants must meet the general college admission requirements and must submit:
- An official transcript showing evidence of high school or college level Algebra I, Algebra II, either geometry or a math with Algebra II as a prerequisite, chemistry, and biology with a preferred minimum grade of "C"
- Minimum suggested standardized test scores:
  • SAT scores of 480 - critical reading and 440 - math OR
  • ACT composite score of 21
- Evidence of high school class rank (should rank in upper half of class)
- Two references that speak to academic abilities and/or work ethic (e.g., an immediate supervisor, teacher or professor). If applicant has previously been enrolled in another nursing program within the last five years, then one reference MUST be from a program official at the institution attended
Pre-OTA
For admission into the Associate in Science Pre-OTA Track program, applicants must meet the general college admission requirements and must submit:
- An official transcript showing evidence of high school or college level Algebra I, Algebra II, either geometry or a math with Algebra II as a prerequisite, chemistry, and biology with a preferred minimum grade of "C"
- Acceptable standardized test scores: Suggested scores: SAT I 480 critical reading and 440 math, or ACT composite score of 19, or ASSET (42 in the writing, 42 in the reading, and 36 in the numerical)
- Evidence of high school class rank (should rank in upper half of class)
- Two references that speak to academic abilities and/or work ethic. If applicant has previously been enrolled in another Occupational Therapy Assistant program within the last five years, then one reference MUST be from a program official at the institution attended
Pre-Pharmacy Technology
For admissions to the Associate in Science Pre-Pharmacy Technology Track applicants must meet the general college admission requirements and must submit:
- An official transcript showing evidence of high school or college level Algebra I, Algebra II or either geometry or a math with Algebra II as prerequisite, and biology with a preferred minimum grade of "C"
- Minimum suggested standardized test scores:
  • SAT scores of 470 - critical reading and 440 - math OR
  • ACT composite score of 19 OR
  • ASSET (42 in the Writing section, 42 in the Reading section and 39 in the Numerical section)
- Two references that speak to academic abilities and/or work ethic
- An acceptable criminal background check. Any felony conviction or drug or pharmacy related conviction may disqualify the individual from national and/or state registry or licensure and preclude enrollment into the program.
Pre-Medical Assistant and Pre-Surgical Technology
For admissions to the Associate in Science Pre-Medical Assistant or Pre-Surgical Technology Tracks applicants must meet the general college admission requirements and must submit:
- An official transcript showing evidence of either high school or college level Algebra I, either Algebra II or geometry, and biology with a preferred minimum grade of "C"
- Suggested minimum standardized test scores:
  • SAT scores of 430 - critical reading and 380 - math OR
  • ACT composite score of 18 OR
  • ASSET (35 in the Writing section, 37 in the Reading section, and 33 in the Numerical section)
- Two references that speak to academic abilities and/or work ethic. If applicant has previously been enrolled in another Medical Assistant program within the last five years, then one reference MUST be from a program official at the institution attended.
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