Mathematics competency requirement
Meet one of the following:
- four years of high school courses: one year each of algebra I, geometry, algebra II, and an advanced math class for which algebra II is a prerequisite
- minimum test score of 24 on ACT math, or 580 on SAT math
- one transferable three-credit college math course for which at least intermediate algebra is a prerequisite
Laboratory science competency requirement
You may meet one of the following or any combination of the three as long as you have three different laboratory-based sciences:
three years of different high school laboratory sciences
Lab sciences should be an entire year in length. Please select three from the following list: biology, chemistry, earth science or physics. A laboratory-based integrated science course may be allowed to substitute for one of the three lab sciences. Additionally, an advanced placement course, a higher level international baccalaureate course, or other honors course taken in the last two years of high school in the same subject as a previous course can still satisfy one lab science requirement.
minimum test scores in three standardized tests from three different subject matters
The following tests may be taken: SAT II subject test score in chemistry-600, biology-590, physics-620 or ACT test score in science-20.
three transferable four-credit college laboratory science courses from the following: biology, chemistry, earth science or physics
An integrated laboratory science or advanced level laboratory-based science may be substituted for one of these laboratory subjects.