Admissions Requirements

All applicants for Victoria Brooke University Online courses are required to complete a personal interview via the web or by telephone with an Admissions Advisor. Parents and/or spouses are encouraged to be present for this interview. This will give the applicant and their family the opportunity to ask questions relating to Victoria Brooke University curriculum and course objectives.

Personal interviews also assist school administrators in determining whether an applicant is accepted for enrollment into the program. To be considered for admissions, applicants must submit an application, an application fee and fulfill all admissions requirements for the program as described below.

Selection of students is based on an individual assessment of each applicant:

Personal interview with an Academic Advisor
Submit an application for admission
Graduate students must submit an official baccalaureate transcript.
Application fee paid
Once an applicant has completed all of the above, the school will review the application and will inform the applicant of its decision pertaining to enrollment. If the applicant's enrollment is not accepted, all fees paid to the school are refunded.

Application fees for fast track degree programs will vary depending upon affiliate.

Undergraduate requirements

To enter an undergraduate program, applicants must have a high school diploma or equivalent, be at least 23 years of age and be employed. If not employed, students must have access to an organizational environment that allows application of the concepts learned in class.

Prior coursework, elective classes, major studies and credits awarded through the Assessment of Prior Learning or the College Level Examination Program (CLEP) will be considered for academic credit during the admission process. If applicants have had professional training or have served in the military, they may be able to convert previous experience into academic credits.

Undergraduate students can choose to enroll directly in an undergraduate program, following a curriculum that depends on the number of previously earned credits being transferred.

Specific degree programs may have additional admissions requirements.


Graduate requirements

To be considered for a graduate program, applicants must be employed or have access to an organizational environment that allows application of the concepts learned in class.

In addition, applicants must have an undergraduate degree from a college or university.
Victoria Brooke University requires graduate applicants to have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 and at least three years of significant work experience.

Specific degree programs may have additional admissions requirements.

 

 

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