Transferring into the Health Science Program
If you are applying as a transfer student, you will submit your application and documentation to our Office of Admission. Your point of contact in our Office of Admission is Summer Amorosino, assistant director, transfer admission and student financial assistance. Summer works with full-time and part-time undergraduate transfer students and reviews transfer student applications. She is also knowledgeable about credit articulation agreements that we have with other institutions. She works closely with the College of Education, Nursing and Health Professions to provide transfer students with the information they need to make a smooth transition.Transfer website.
Upper-level program applicants should hold the appropriate professional certification or license, and their academic records should include formal clinical study from an accredited program. If you are considering one of our pre-professional programs (pre-chiropractic, pre-optometry, pre-osteopathy, or pre-podiatry), please see the specific program transfer page. Applicants who have completed formal programs of study in allied health or nursing, and hold the appropriate professional certification or license, may be granted up to 60 credits toward the lower-division degree requirements. Up to 30 credits may be awarded for a one-year, hospital-based, allied health program. Additional credit may be obtained through the University's Learning in Noncredit Settings (LINCS) program.