|Spring (Jan-Apr)||Spring Session 1 (Jan-Feb)||Spring Session 2 (Mar-Apr)|
|Summer (May-Aug)||Summer Session 1 (May-Jun)||Summer Session 2 (Jul-Aug)|
|Fall (Sep-Dec)||Fall Session 1 (Sep-Oct)||Fall Session 2 (Nov-Dec)|
STEP 1: Submit Application & Supporting Documents
|Applicants must submit their Application Forms along with their past academic transcripts. International students from non-English speaking countries are required to provide proof of their English Proficiency. All materials must be submitted in English, and applicants must verify any translated documents by including the original or a notarized copy of the original.
The completed Application Form and supporting materials (such as transcripts and test scores) become the property of the University and will not be returned to the applicants or transmitted to a third party.
STEP 2: Evaluation
|After the application and supporting materials have been received, the Admissions Committee will begin its evaluation process; if an item is missing, the Admissions Committee will contact the applicant and request the missing item.
For Online applicants, applicants are required to have access to a personal computer with Internet connection. It is recommended that applicants have working knowledge of computers and the Internet to ensure applicants are successful in the online environment.
STEP 3: Decision Making
|One of the following decisions shall be made:|
|Denied: If the applicant is not accepted, the Admissions Committee will send a letter to the applicant informing applicant of the decision, stating why his/her qualifications are deficient.|
|Provisionally Accepted: Applicants must submit all their official transcripts with their application form. However, if these official transcripts are unavailable, Admissions Committee may provisionally accept students into the program. Students must provide their official transcripts within 90 days of enrollment. If an applicant is provisionally accepted for admission, an Acceptance Package will be forwarded to the applicant that contains an enrollment agreement and other admissions documents to formalize the acceptance into the program.|
|Accepted: If the applicant is accepted for admission, an Acceptance Package will be sent to the applicant that contains an enrollment agreement and other admissions documents to formalize the acceptance into the program.|
STEP 4: Accept Admission Offer
|If applicant accepts the offer of admission, the enrollment agreement and other admissions documents are to be signed and returned to the University and must submit their tuition payment.|
STEP 5: Official Enrollment
|Once the signed enrollment documents and the tuition payments are received, applicant will be officially enrolled and start the session. Or, for Online students, students will start the first series of assigned online courses.|
GENERAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
Students are accepted to Frederick Taylor University (FTU) on a provisional basis pending the submission of all required documentation, which includes:
All students who wish to apply must complete an Application Form. The application must be completed thoroughly or it will be immediately rejected.
All applicants must submit a non-refundable application fee of seventy-five dollars ($75.00) with the Application Form. If the fee does not accompany the Application Form, the application will not be processed.
Proof of Graduation
Certificate and Undergraduate Programs: All applicants must provide proof of completion of high school or above to qualify for admissions, such as official transcripts or certificate of graduation. Graduate programs: All applicants must provide proof of completion of a Bachelor’s degree or above, such as official transcripts or certificate of graduation.
All applicants must participate in a brief interview with one of the following staff members: Director of Admissions, Director of Student Services, Chief Academic Officer, or Department Chair.
Undergraduate and Graduate Programs Only: Frederick Taylor University strongly recommend two recommendation letters attesting to your Christian maturity, character, and academic competence.
All applicants are required to submit a copy of personal identification such as a State driver’s license, government issued identification card, passport, visas, or any government issued photo identification.
The University requires all applicants who applied in prior years to complete new application materials. Any student who has withdrawn or has been dismissed from the University who wishes to return must submit a new application form to the Admission’s office. A non-refundable application fee must accompany the application.
ONLINE INTERNATIONAL STUDENT ADMISSION
In addition to the admission requirements previously mentioned, all online international students are required to submit proof of English proficiency since Frederick Taylor University (FTU) does not offer English as a Second Language instruction. All instruction occurs in English.
Proficiency in reading, writing, and understanding English is essential to your success at FTU. Students are to demonstrate their proficiency in the English language. At the Admissions Office’s discretion, proficiency may be demonstrated by:
- An official score report of a standardized exam, such as Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) with a minimum score of 500 on the TOEFL PBT, or 61 on the TOEFL bit, or International English Language Testing System (IELTS) with a minimum score of 6; or
- Completion of college level certificate or degree program in a country where English is the primary language; or
- Completion of a post-secondary ESL course or college-level English course from a postsecondary institution; or
- Proof of English proficiency through other English tests with a minimum passing score of 70%, or submission of a writing sample.
Special Admission Policy
Applicants must send all official transcripts with their application form. However, if these transcripts are unavailable, Frederick Taylor University (FTU) may provisionally accept students into the program. Students must provide official transcripts within 90 days of enrollment. FTU supplies official transcript request forms to students for verification of their prior academic studies. Applicants can also download the transcript request forms from the FTU website.
General Entrance Examination
Frederick Taylor University does not require any general entrance examinations.
Standardized Exam Credit (SEC)
Frederick Taylor University does not accept credits through challenge examinations and/or achievement tests.
Experiential Learning Credit (ELC)
Frederick Taylor University does not grant credit for prior experiential learning.
College Level Examination Program (CLEP)
Frederick Taylor University (FTU) recognizes the College Level Examination Program of the College Board. A student who has earned a minimum score of 500 on the General Examinations can be awarded credit for each examination. A maximum of 30 credits may be granted for CLEP.
Ability to Benefit
Frederick Taylor University does not admit ability-to-benefit students.
Frederick Taylor University (FTU) will consider accepting transfer students from other schools. To transfer credits to FTU, a student must file an application for admission, satisfy all admission requirements, and submit official transcripts from the school(s) whose credits are to be evaluated for transfer credits.
The knowledge I have acquired since I started the course cannot be matched and I personally have seen and experienced how empty I was before taking the courses. I have seen myself growing from strength to strength, little by little, at my own pace and that is beautiful because of the hectic work schedule I have. My courses are detailed and arranged in such a way that I can apply them in my working environment.
The opportunity to complete a degree program without having to attend class, flexibility, quick turn around regarding grades, easy access.
The FTU program allows a motivated professional to complete the MBA program in a timely and cost effective manner. This program has allowed me to obtain business knowledge in a fashion that was far less disturbing to my already hectic schedule.
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The ability to work at my own pace due to travel, work responsibilities or other obligations. Courses were well laid out & specific.
Excellent mentoring, excellent response time by my professors and Sheila to questions or requests for assistance. Good selection of text and study material. Everyone is helpful and keeps me very motivated! My time is much better used studying at home with your program than it was with Chapman’s Master program.
“Self -Pace”. Provides self- challenge and possibility of accelerated learning based on individual self motivation. Perform as well as you want by studying as long/hard as you want. No set time- table.
I just wanted to use the opportunity to say Happy 20th Anniversary and also congratulations on being ranked as one of the top 10 graduate tax programs. What an achievement! I can see the school/institution is moving in a positive direction within educational community. More positive recognition and collaborations I continue to wish for you all.
Excellent staff, on time, excellent instructors. I have learned a lot and have gained a lot of knowledge from your university. Thank you!
No expression but a simple “Thank you” to show my most sincere appreciation from the bottom of my heart to you and the staff of FTU. Perspectives are now formed, organized and evaluated from multiple angles through your training process and a passage has already been paved for a new chapter of my professionalism. Without any dispute, it will be considered the most valuable asset I ever possessed. Again, thanks for all your efforts and most importantly, believing in me.
Courses are direct and to the point, which does allow for an easier transition from the course to the work place.