Undergraduate Programs

Applicants for admission must possess a high school diploma or its equivalent at the time of admission. To be considered for admission to an undergraduate program, applicants must:

  • Submit a complete application, which includes, but is not limited to, a valid phone number, email, physical address, and Social Security number (SSN), if applicable.
  • Meet all Admission Documentation Guidelines.

Applicants who self-certify graduation from an approved high school program and/or those who must submit additional documents to meet programmatic requirements may be admitted into a program on a conditional status. Individuals may complete up to 12 semester hours pending the receipt of the required document(s), upon which time the document(s) must be recorded in the student file in order to continue enrollment. To learn about other conditional admission statuses please refer to the LifePace Learning Conditional Provisional Admission and Conditional Probation Admission policies in the university catalog.

Homeschooled students must demonstrate successful completion of homeschooling at the secondary level as defined by state law in which the high school credential is earned. A detailed guide for meeting the CSU admission requirements is available in the CSU Homeschooled Admission Guidelines.

International students must self-certify as to successful completion of the equivalent of grade 12 in a U.S. secondary school and provide evidence of successful completion of a program considered to be equivalent to an accredited high school diploma or GED certificate. A detailed guide for meeting the CSU admission requirements is available in the CSU International Admission Guidelines.

Master’s Programs

Applicants for admission must:

  • Submit a completed application, which includes, but is not limited to, a valid phone number, email, physical address, and Social Security Number (SSN), if applicable;
  • Possess a conferred baccalaureate degree issued by an accredited post-secondary institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or equivalent, and
  • Meet all Admission Documentation Guidelines

Conditional admission allows applicants who have a conferred bachelor’s degree from a recognized post-secondary institution or the equivalent to enroll in a graduate program for six semester hours pending the receipt of required official transcripts. To learn about other conditional admission statuses please refer to the LifePace Learning Conditional Provisional Admission and Conditional Probation Admission policies in the university catalog.

Doctor of Business Administration

Applicants for admission must:

  • Submit a completed application, which includes, but is not limited to, a valid phone number, email, physical address, and Social Security Number (SSN), if applicable;
  • Possess a conferred bachelor’s degree and a master’s of business administration, or a business related master’s degree issued by an accredited post-secondary institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or equivalent;
  • Have two years of business-related professional experience post baccalaureate; and
  • Meet all Admission Documentation Guidelines

Other General Requirements

Additional information regarding admission requirements including student identity verification and technical requirements may be found in the university catalog. Title IX information is also available for review.

Applicants are required during the admission process to submit a color image of a valid government-issued photo ID, such as a state driver’s license, state identification card, or U.S. passport.