Online Admissions Process
Enrolling in the Madison School of Healthcare is easy, quick and flexible. Enroll at any time and get started right away. Learn more about the admissions process below.
We Make it Simple
You deserve an online college admissions process that is as painless as possible. At the Madison School of Healthcare, we make it easy for healthcare students to complete the admissions process. All you have to do is fill out the online application and you’re good to go.
Transfer Your Credits with Ease
You deserve to get credit for your hard work. We accept eligible transfer credits from other colleges (note: for degree programs only). Plus, once you’ve graduated with an associate degree from the Madison School of Healthcare, you can easily transfer into one of our bachelor’s degree programs, allowing you to make the most of your education.
Admission is Quick and Flexible
The Madison School of Healthcare makes the admission process quick and flexible so you can start working toward the career you want as soon as possible.
- There is no application fee.
- Standardized test scores are not required for degree programs.
- Most of our career courses do not require any prerequisites.
- There’s no specified enrollment period, so you can enroll and start any day of the year.
Career Diploma & Career Certificate Programs – None unless otherwise specified
Undergraduate Certificate, Associate and Bachelor's Degree Programs – High school diploma or GED. Homeschooled students must provide a portfolio. The RN to BSN program requires an associates or diploma degree in nursing from an accredited school and an active, unencumbered nursing license.
Graduate Certificate and Master's Degree Programs – Bachelor's degree in any field from an accredited college or university, with a minimum GPA of 2.5.
The following programs below list states where residents are not eligible to enroll:
- Nursing (RN-BSN) Bachelor Degree – Tennessee
- Pharmacy Technician Career Diploma – Louisiana, Massachusetts, Maine, Minnesota, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Utah, Washington