Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Below is a listing of frequently asked questions arranged by topic.
4 starts per year
Please see the admission requirements page.
You must notify the Allied Health Department within two weeks of the initial acceptance date if you wish to be considered for acceptance in another cohort of students during the following six-month period.
Yes, based on the transcript evaluation of each student.
Payment information is available on the Tuition page of your chosen degree. Health care partners can pay the tuition directly to the college on students' behalf if they choose.
There is no refund if a student drops a course on or after the first day of class. If a class is dropped before the class begins, a full refund less a matriculation fee is given.
Yes. You will need Internet access to download your individual course and online readings onto your computer and to periodically submit and receive feedback on assignments and assessments as well as participate in online discussions.
No. The college requires a record of your assignment within the course. Submitting your assignment in the course through the course management system shows documentation of completing the course requirements.
Once you begin you cannot stop and start or navigate out of the exam.
Scholarly writing uses peer-reviewed sources and edited publications including journals and books. Peer-reviewed articles are reviewed or judged by a panel of experts, which include scientific or scholarly peers.
Textbooks are required in all courses.