General Admission Requirements


Earned or attempted 12 credits at a post-secondary institution.


In order to be admitted into are institution, the applicant must be 21 years of age or older.

Work Experience

Two years of work experience are needed.


Desire to learn and succeed is important in order to achieve your goals.

Applicants who do not meet the previously mentioned admissions requirements, may be admitted to the Puente (Bridge) Program; a university level transition program. For additional information please refer to our catalogs.

Additional Information

Applicants that do not meet one or more of the above - mentioned requirements can apply for admission as a regular student. They will be interviewed by the Campus Director (or his designated representative). The Director or his authorized representative will determine if the applicant can be admitted in the regular accelerated format, conditioned upon enrolling in the Puente support services program. This program is designed specifically to help the applicant acquire the needed skills to be successful in the regular accelerated program. Additional requirements may apply to specific academic programs including but not limited to High School GPA.

All students enrolled in this program will take up to 25 credits before transitioning to the regular accelerated (55 or 8 week)) format. Students must take 16 credits of language courses and 9 credits in general education courses that may include 3 credits in Humanities, 3 credits of Computer Sciences, and 3 credits of Introduction of University Life.

Admission Requirements For Master's Degree

Bachelor's Degree

Bachelor's degree from an accredited institution with a GPA of 2.75 or 2.75 in the last 60 credits or an 80% score or more in admission interview.


In order to enroll to our Master's Degree Program you must be 21 years of age or older..

Work Experience

You need 2 or more years of work experience.


On order to enroll to our Master's Degree Program, you must provide 3 letters of recommendation.


Additional Information

All applicants are required to attend an orientation session where the structure, policies, and procedures of the programs offered are discussed. It is also required to submit an admissions application, academic evidence from degree earned at the university where the bachelor’s degree was awarded, and 3 recommendation letters from employers or supervisors for which a form letter is provided.

Applicants shall also participate in the admission interview, and take the English and Spanish Language Placement and Assessment Tests.


You can complete your enrollment with any of our Integrated Services officers. They will help you with your Admission Application, courses validations, and financial aid. You can also use our online services to reserve your courses. Our Integrated Services department office hours are from Monday to Thursday from 11 AM to 8 PM and Fridays and Saturdays from 9 AM to 5 PM. For more information you can contact 407-207-3363.