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Please complete the items under Procedure for Admission and submit the following:
Language Proficiency. The Admission, Progression and Graduation Committee requires an official TOEFLiBT or IELTS score for verification of language proficiency for applicants: a) who were born outside the US, b.) for whom English is a second language, or c.) who have a degree or transcripts from a non-US institution. Applicants must earn a total score of 83 or higher and a speaking score of 26 or higher on the TOEFLiBT or earn a total band score of 7 or higher AND a speaking band score of 8 or higher on the IELTS to meet the language proficiency requirement. Only official score reports will be accepted. The Admission, Progression and Graduation Committee reserves the right to require a TOEFL or IELTS from any applicant. The official score should be sent to both Allied Health CAS and Bellarmine University. Students may petition to alternatively use one of the following to document English-language proficiency: a.) Language training at an approved center; b) Prior educational experiences in a TOEFL Exempt Country; or 3.) satisfactory scores on the SAT or ACT. See applicable Undergraduate or Graduate International Student’s Admission Requirements in the Bellarmine Course Catalog for specific criteria.
Financial Affidavit. All applicants must provide credible evidence (e.g. a bank statement, letter on bank stationary attesting to the availability of funds, etc.) of the ability to fund the cost of attending Bellarmine University for one academic year. If funds are provided by another person on behalf of the student, an affidavit must accompany the financial information.
Proof of Passport. Scan of passport ID page must show validity for 6 months post completion of the program.
Prerequisite and/or Pre-Major Courses
The following are pre-major courses and will typically be completed prior to admission to the program; however, upon approval from the department chair, some of these courses may be taken concurrently with the major courses. Courses from this list, if taken after admission to the program, would be considered graduation requirements:
- 8 hours of Anatomy and Physiology I and II
- 4 hours of Microbiology
- 4 hours of General College Chemistry
- 3-4 hours of Physics
- 3 hours of General Psychology
- 3-4 hours of Pathophysiology
- 3-4 hours of Statistics
Total prerequisite and pre-major credits: 28-30 hours