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Admission

We make it easy to progress through the admission process. Our recruitment counselors will work with you each step of the way, coordinating the application and registration processes for you.

Application Deadline

The B.S. in Information Security program works on a rolling admission basis, and classes begin in the fall and spring when 18–24 students have enrolled, forming a cohort that will complete the program as a group. The first step is to contact an enrollment counselor at (626) 815-5301 and/or attend an information meeting. The sooner you submit your admissions materials, the sooner you can begin your program.

Admission Requirements

The program admission requirements below must be met before an application is considered complete. In all cases, save copies of the documents you submit.

International students have a separate application procedure that precedes the standard admission process. View international requirements.

Applicants must have:

Applicants must submit:

Submit all materials to:
Professional Enrollment Services
Azusa Pacific University
PO Box 7000
Azusa, CA 91702-7000
Fax: (626) 815-5417
aps@apu.edu

What to Expect

Once APU receives your application, application fee, and official or unofficial transcripts, your paperwork will be reviewed to determine transfer credit. Once an enrollment counselor has reviewed your application and transcripts, they will contact and notify you of your admission status. After you have been accepted, you will need to turn in the remaining documents required above. When the above requirements have been met, you will receive a letter of admission and statement of estimated accepted credits.

If you are applying for financial aid, complete and submit the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) online for the corresponding academic year. Request financial aid transcripts from those institutions attended within the current calendar year. This is required by the U.S. Department of Education.

Qualified prospective program students will receive information for the invitation-only registration process. Students will complete a timed writing exam, pay any outstanding fees (application and registration fee), and complete enrollment paperwork online with an enrollment counselor.

Some programs, including this cyber security degree, begin as soon as enough students enroll to form a cohort. The students form a cohort and complete the program as a group. Students in cohorts need only register once for the duration of the program.

Note: This information is current for the 2013-14 academic year; however, all stated academic information is subject to change. Please refer to the current Academic Catalog for more information.