First-Year Undergraduate Applicants
In addition to university entrance requirements (four years of English, three years of math, two years of a foreign language, three years of a natural or physical science including a lab, and three years of social sciences), College of Nursing and Health Sciences applicants must complete the following:
- one year of biology
- one year of chemistry
- four years of math, including trigonometry or pre-calculus
Additional science course work in the senior year of high school is recommended for all programs. One year of physics is recommended for medical laboratory science and medical radiation sciences applicants.
Candidates for admission to the College of Nursing and Health Sciences must be able to perform certain essential functions. These include the capacity to observe and communicate; sufficient motor ability to perform physical diagnostic examinations and basic laboratory and clinical procedures; emotional stability to exercise good judgment and to work effectively in stressful situations; and intellectual ability to synthesize data and solve problems.
Minor and Certificate Programs
CNHS welcomes qualified transfer applications from UVM and other accredited colleges and universities. Selection of applicants is competitive, and the opportunity to transfer into a major is not assured. In addition to GPA, relevant volunteer or work experience in a clinical setting will be taken into consideration in the selection process.
The College of Nursing and Health Sciences offers advanced degrees in communication sciences and disorders, medical laboratory science, nursing, physical activity and wellness science, physical therapy and human functioning and rehabilitation science. Attend an information session to learn more.