1. Must be 18 years or older or have written permission from a parent or legal guardian.
2. Complete Enrollment Agreement.
3. A $150.00 Application fee must be paid upon enrollment.
4. Copy of a valid government-issued picture identification:
- Driver’s license or other state photo identity card (or equivalent),
- U.S. Military ID (active duty or retired military and their dependents, and DoD civilians),
- Permanent resident card.
5. Copy of high school diploma, or high school transcript, or GED, or similar document if applicant completed secondary education in another country.
- Documents from non-English speaking countries must be translated into English and evaluated by an approved educational evaluator service attesting that the diploma/degree or credits earned are equivalent to a diploma/degree/credits earned at an accredited institution in the U.S.
- Applicants will not be required to provide proof of high school graduation when they provide verification (official transcripts) of college credits or an earned degree from an accredited institution recognized by the United States Department of Education.
6. Transfer Credits: A student may receive transfer credits from an accredited institution only upon evaluation and approval from the Vice-President of Academic Affairs office. Official transcripts and any other documentation must be forwarded to the University by the granting institution.
- Documents from non-English speaking countries must be translated into English and evaluated by an approved educational evaluator service attesting that the diploma/degree or credits earned are equivalent to a diploma/degree or credits earned at an accredited institution in the U.S.
7. Additional important notes:
- An applicant may be required to provide additional information as part of the “verification” process, which may occur during the period leading to enrollment. Any documents requested by the Admissions Office, Financial Department or Registrar’s Office must be submitted within 30 days after the start date. If the required documentation is not submitted to MUST University by this date the student’s enrollment will be terminated.
- A criminal record may keep a student from obtaining a license or certification related to the Private Security Management program. Therefore, a criminal record may affect the student’s ability to gain employment in the field of training.
- The university has open enrollment and students may register before any class start-date.
- A current school catalog is available for students to view prior to enrollment. At the time of enrollment, each student receives an electronic school catalog.
- An orientation is provided for students prior to the first day of class.
- Students of the Private Security Management program must sign a waiver that states that he/she has made a voluntary decision to participate on the more physically demanding courses and release the university of any liability resulting from this decision.
ADDITIONAL GRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
In addition to the General Admissions Requirements, Master Degree Program applicants must:
- Hold a four-year Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent credential conferred by an approved institution of postsecondary education and provide official transcripts.
- Have an undergraduate degree in a specific field is not a requirement; qualified students from all backgrounds are encouraged to apply. Admission decision is based on a combination of a student’s academic performance, professional experience, and letters of recommendation.
- Have a minimum of 120 Credit Hours minimally at the undergraduate level. This includes at least 30 semester hours of general education credit.
- Submit a resume and at least two letters of recommendation.
ADDITIONAL UNDERGRADUATE ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
In addition to the General Admissions Requirements, students pursuing a:
- Bachelor Degree Program: must successfully complete a minimum of 120 semester credit hours. The total credit hours for the Bachelor of Science Degree include: 30 credit hours (mandatory) of prescribed general education courses, and 60 credit hours of prescribed major courses. Credit hours remaining to complete the 120 credit hours shall be drawn from other major courses.
- Associate Degree Program: must successfully complete a minimum of 60 semester credit hours. The total credit hours for the Associate of Science Degree include: 15 credit hours (mandatory) of prescribed general education courses, and 45 credit hours of prescribed major courses (including 12 credits of Elective Courses).
All programs and courses are taught in English unless otherwise noted.
COMPLETING A COURSE OR PROGRAM IN A LANGUAGE OTHER THAN ENGLISH MAY REDUCE EMPLOYABILITY WHERE ENGLISH IS REQUIRED.