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The open enrollment policy does not apply to selective admissions programs of study which may have specific deadlines, prerequisites and other admissions criteria.

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Dental Assistant – Fall 2020

  • Submit a completed application form to the Admissions Office.
  • Submit documentation of high school graduation, GED / HiSET, or other state approved equivalency credential (transcript or diploma). All International high school credentials must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company.
  • Submit official college transcripts. International college or university transcripts must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company and submitted along with a copy of the original college or university transcript.
  • Attend the optional information session.
  • Take college placement exams in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics and test out of or complete any developmental courses prior to the start of the program.
  • All applicants will be scored using a rubric.

LPN to Associate Degree Advanced Placement Nurse Education – Fall 2021

(Full-time Day Program)

  • Application Deadline Date – February 1, 2021
  • Submit a completed application form to the Admissions Office.
  • Submit documentation of high school graduation, GED / HiSET, or other state approved equivalency credential (transcript or diploma). All International high school credentials must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company.
  • Submit official college transcripts. International college or university transcripts must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company and submitted along with a copy of the original college or university transcript.
  • Submit ATI TEAS Nursing Test results or copy of registration test date (if test is scheduled after February 1, 2021). Please contact ATI (atitesting.com) to schedule a test date after November 1, 2020.
  • Submit one letter written by applicant stating why he/she would be a good candidate for the program.
  • Attend the required Information Session. (The time limit for Information Session attendance is one year).
  • Priority consideration will be given to students who have successfully completed Microbiology, Anatomy and Physiology I, Anatomy and Physiology II and the Liberal Arts courses. All applicants will be scored using a rubric.
  • Applicants must hold current licensure as a LPN in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and submit a copy of licensure card.
  • All items must be submitted together to the Admissions Office before the deadline date of February 1st. Incomplete applications received in the mail or in person or applications received after the deadline date will not be reviewed and will be returned.
  • All LPN to Associate Degree Advanced Placement Nurse Education students must take a Bridge Course given during the summer. This course cannot be taken more than 2 years prior to admission into the Nursing program. Students who are eligible to take the Bridge Course will be notified.

LPN to Associate Degree Advanced Placement Nurse Education – Fall 2021

(Part-time Evening Program)

  • Application Deadline Date – February 1, 2021
  • Submit a completed application form to the Admissions Office.
  • Submit documentation of high school graduation, GED / HiSET, or other state approved equivalency credential (transcript or diploma). All International high school credentials must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company.
  • Submit official college transcripts. International college or university transcripts must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company and submitted along with a copy of the original college or university transcript.
  • Submit ATI TEAS Nursing Test results or copy of registration test date (if test is scheduled for after February 1, 2021). Please contact ATI (atitesting.com) to schedule a test date.
  • Submit 1 letter written by applicant stating why he/she would be a good candidate for the program and 1 letter of recommendation.
  • Attend the required Information Session. (The time limit for Information Session attendance is one year).
  • All course prerequisites must be completed: Biological Principles, Anatomy and Physiology I, Anatomy and Physiology II, General Psychology. Priority will be given to applicants receiving a “B” or better in all prerequisites.
  • Applicants must hold current licensure as a LPN in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and submit a copy of licensure card.
  • All items must be submitted together to the Admissions Office before the deadline date of February 1st. Incomplete applications received in the mail or in person or applications received after the deadline date will not be reviewed and will be returned.

Medical Assistant – Fall 2020

  • Submit a completed application form to the Admissions Office.
  • Submit documentation of high school graduation, GED / HiSET, or other state approved equivalency credential (transcript or diploma). All International high school credentials must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company.
  • Submit official college transcripts. International college or university transcripts must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company and submitted along with a copy of the original college or university transcript.
  • Attend the optional information session.
  • Take college placement exams in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics and test out of or complete any developmental courses prior to the start of the program.
  • All applicants will be scored using a rubric.

Nurse Education – Fall 2021

(Full-time Day Program)

  • Application Deadline Date – February 1, 2021
  • Submit a completed application form to the Admissions Office.
  • Submit documentation of high school graduation, GED / HiSET, or other state approved equivalency credential (transcript or diploma). All International high school credentials must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company.
  • Submit official college transcripts. International college or university transcripts must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company and submitted along with a copy of the original college or university transcript.
  • Meet the Biological Principles prerequisite.
  • Submit ATI TEAS Nursing Test results or copy of registration test date (if test is scheduled after February 1, 2021). Please contact ATI (atitesting.com) to schedule a test date after November 1, 2020.
  • Submit 1 letter of reference and 1 letter written by applicant stating why he/she would be a good candidate for the Nurse Education program.
  • Attend the required Information Session. (The time limit for Information Session attendance is one year.)
  • Priority consideration will be given to students who have successfully completed Microbiology, Anatomy and Physiology I, Anatomy and Physiology II and the Liberal Arts courses. All applicants will be scored using a rubric.
  • All items must be submitted together to the Admissions Office before the deadline date of February 1st.
  • Incomplete applications received in the mail or in person or applications received after the deadline date will not be reviewed and will be returned.

Nurse Education – Fall 2023

(Part-time Evening Program)

  • Application Deadline Date – February 1, 2023
  • Submit documentation of high school graduation, GED / HiSET, or other state approved equivalency credential (transcript or diploma). All International high school credentials must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company.
  • Submit official college transcripts. International college or university transcripts must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company and submitted along with a copy of the original college or university transcript.
  • Meet the Biological Principles prerequisite.
  • Submit ATI TEAS Nursing Test results or copy of registration test date (if test is scheduled after February 1, 2023). Please contact ATI (atitesting.com) to schedule a test date after November 1, 2022.
  • Submit 1 letter of reference and 1 letter written by applicant stating why he/she would be a good candidate for the Nurse Education program.
  • Attend the required Information Session. (The time limit for Information Session attendance is one year).
  • Priority consideration will be given to students who have successfully completed Microbiology, Anatomy and Physiology I, Anatomy and Physiology II and the Liberal Arts courses. All applicants will be scored using a rubric.
  • All items must be submitted together to the Admissions Office before the deadline date of February 1st.
  • Incomplete applications received in the mail or in person or applications received after the deadline date will not be reviewed and will be returned.

Paramedic Program Certificate – Fall 2020

  • Priority deadline date – August 1, 2020
  • Submit a completed application form to the Admissions Office.
  • Submit documentation of high school graduation, GED / HiSET, or other state approved equivalency credential (transcript or diploma). All International high school credentials must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company.
  • Submit official college transcripts. International college or university transcripts must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company and submitted along with a copy of the original college or university transcript.
  • Submit one letter written by applicant stating why he/she would be a good candidate for the program.
  • Submit two letters of recommendation.
  • Attend the required Information Session. (The time limit for Information Session attendance is one year).
  • Take college placement exams in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics and test out of or complete any developmental courses prior to the start of the program. All applicants will be scored using a rubric.
  • Applicants must hold current certification as an EMT in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and submit a copy of certification card.
  • All items must be brought to the Brockton Campus.

Phlebotomy – Spring 2021

  • Submit a completed application form to the Admissions Office.
  • Submit documentation of high school graduation, GED / HiSET, or other state approved equivalency credential (transcript or diploma). All International high school credentials must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company.
  • Submit official college transcripts. International college or university transcripts must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company and submitted along with a copy of the original college or university transcript.
  • Take College Placement Exams in Reading, Writing, and Mathematics and test out of or complete any developmental courses prior to the start of the program.
  • Attend the optional information session.
  • All applicants will be scored using a rubric.

Radiologic Technology – Fall 2021

  • Application Deadline Date – February 1, 2021
  • Submit a completed Admissions Application to the Admissions Office.
  • Submit documentation of high school graduation, GED / HiSET, or other state approved equivalency credential (transcript or diploma). All International high school credentials must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company.
  • Submit official college transcripts. International college or university transcripts must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company and submitted along with a copy of the original college or university transcript.
  • Meet the Biological Principles prerequisite.*
  • Submit one letter of reference and 1 letter written by the applicant stating why he/she would be a good candidate for the Radiologic Technology program.
  • Attend the required Information Session prior to the final application deadline. (The time limit for Information Session attendance is one year.)
  • Priority consideration will be given to students who have successfully completed Anatomy and Physiology I, Anatomy and Physiology II, College Algebra or higher and the Liberal Arts courses. All applicants will be scored using a rubric.
  • All items must be submitted together to the Admissions Office before the deadline date of February 1 . Incomplete applications received in the mail or in person or applications received after the deadline date will not be reviewed and will be returned.

Respiratory Care – Fall 2020

  • Application deadline Date – June 15
  • Submit a completed application form to the Admissions Office.
  • Submit documentation of high school graduation, GED / HiSET, or other state approved equivalency credential (transcript or diploma). All International high school credentials must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company.
  • Submit official college transcripts. International college or university transcripts must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company and submitted along with a copy of the original college or university transcript.
  • Submit one letter of reference and 1 letter written by the applicant stating why he/she would be a good candidate for the Respiratory Care program.
  • Applicants for the Fall 2020 program, will not be required to attend an Information Session. For information about the program or field, please contact Martha DeSilva, department chair, at mdesilva@massasoit.mass.edu. For questions about applying to the program, please contact Jose Diaz, senior admissions counselor, at jdiaz15@massasoit.mass.edu
  • Meet the Biological Principles prerequisite.*
  • Priority consideration will be given to candidates who have completed Biological Principles, Anatomy & Physiology I, Anatomy & Physiology II, Intro to Statistics or higher and the Liberal Arts courses.
  • All applicants will be scored using a rubric
  • All items must be submitted together to the Admissions Office before the deadline date of June 15. Incomplete applications received in the mail or in person or applications received after the deadline date, will not be reviewed and will be returned.

Veterinary Technology – Fall 2020

  • Application deadline date – July 6, 2020
  • Submit a complete application form to the Canton campus Admissions Office.
  • Submit Documentation of High School graduation, GED/HiSET, or other state approved equivalency credential (transcript or diploma). All International high school credentials must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company.
  • Submit official college transcripts. International college or university transcripts must be evaluated by a certified evaluation company and submitted along with a copy of the original college or university transcript.
  • Meet the Biological Principles I course prerequisite.*
    • The Biological Principles prerequisite can be met by successful completion of Biological Principles I (BIOL121), or a passing score on the Biology Departmental Challenge Exam, available through the Testing and Assessment Office.
  • Meet the General Chemistry or equivalent course prerequisite.
  • Meet the Math prerequisite-completion of Intermediate Algebra or an equivalent Accuplacer score.
  • Meet the English prerequisites-completion of Preparation for College Reading I and Introductory Writing, or an equivalent Accuplacer score.
  • Submit 2 letters of reference and 1 letter of interest.
  • Attend the mandatory Information Session.
  • Priority consideration will be given to students who have successfully completed the prerequisite courses and some or all of the general core academic courses. All applicants will be scored using a rubric
  • All items must be submitted together to the Brockton campus Admissions Office on or before the application deadline date of July 6, 2020. Incomplete applications received in the mail or in person, or applications received after the deadline date will not be reviewed and will be returned.