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Transfer Students :
The University got the state accreditation in 2001 and the graduates are awarded a state-authorized diploma, asserting to work in the state and private clinics and scientific institutions.
Students must meet the admission requirements for their chosen program. Credits from a regionally or nationally accredited institution may be eligible to transfer, provided that a grade of a C- or better was earned. Transfer credits typically apply toward general education and elective categories. Contact an Enrollment Representative for more information specific to your background.
You can request an electronic transcript or pay an additional fee for overnight delivery of a paper transcript if you need expedited service. Please note, some limitations apply to overnight deliveries.
We offer a range of individual, noncredit professional development, and test-preparation courses, as well as certificate programs.