Applicants who are completing or have completed their twelfth year of education in an American-based high school curriculum may be considered for admission based on an evaluation including standard college entrance exams (Scholastic Assessment Test (SAT) or American College Test (ACT), meeting Faculty course requirements and proof of high school graduation. Admission is competitive and meeting the minimum score does not guarantee admission.
Applicants following an American-based curriculum in countries outside the United States (and US territories) are not required to provide the SAT or ACT scores.
Applicants who have attended a university/college should refer to section A.5.3.
Students are required to have a minimum combined Evidence-Based Reading and Writing plus Mathematics (ERW+M) score of 1190. For SAT information, visit collegeboard.com/.
If presenting the ACT Test, a minimum composite score of 24 is required. For ACT information, visit: actstudent.org/.
Note: Only one of SAT Mathematics Level 1 or Mathematics Level 2 may be presented for admission.
SAT subject tests are accepted as equivalents for required high school courses as follows:
SAT Subject Test
|English Language Arts 30-1
||Evidence-Based Reading and Writing or Literature
||Mathematics Level 1
|Mathematics 30-1 and Mathematics 31
||Mathematics Level 2
|Language or Language and Culture Courses at the 30 level
Spanish, Spanish with listening, French, French with listening, Chinese with listening, Italian, German, German with listening, Modern Hebrew, Latin, Japanese with listening, Korean with listening