Whether you are looking for a career change or to advance your career, Regis College graduate programs provide a network of colleagues and professionals that will challenge and enlighten you.
We strive to make your return to school as stress-free as possible. Please contact us if you have any questions throughout the application process.
* Applicants may have this requirement waived for some programs by attaining a grade of B- or higher in two graduate courses as a non-matriculated student at Regis. Please contact the graduate admission office at 781.768.7330 or email@example.com for more information.
Transfer of credit from another approved institution of higher learning will be allowed if it is for graduate work done within five years prior to enrolling in Regis and the grade received for the work is not less than B-. No more than two courses may be transferred. Only those courses will be accepted that correlate with standards for the particular component of the program in which the student is enrolled. Students applying for transfer credit are required to submit to the appropriate graduate program director a transcript and a syllabus or a detailed course description of those courses for which they are requesting transfer credit.
Please note that the GRE is not required for the Master of Science in Nursing programs.
Two graduate courses from the following four courses may be taken at Regis prior to applying and/or being accepted to the program:
Completion of the two courses does not guarantee acceptance. Please contact the graduate admission office at 781.768.7330 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
* Does not apply to the Accelerated 16-month BS in Nursing program
** The admission committee may admit a student on a conditional status if all prerequisite courses have not been completed at the time of acceptance. Prerequisites must be completed prior to the beginning of the program.
All science prerequisites for nursing and medical imaging programs must have been completed within seven years prior to program start date. Review courses or CLEP exams may be taken if courses older than seven years.
Regis accepts applications solely through the Centralized Application System for Occupational Therapy (OTCAS) portal. Please review OTCAS for all application requirements and deadlines.
*A student who has completed a bachelor’s degree including all of the above prerequisites except one, may be granted conditional admission to the program under the stipulation that the outstanding prerequisite be successfully completed prior to beginning the program.
The Regis OT program does not offer advanced placement or credit for experiential learning.