Many individuals who have completed a bachelor’s or higher degree from another institution enter a certificate, diploma, associate degree, minor, or second bachelor’s degree program at Living University as postbaccalaureate students. Of these degree holders, young adults typically seek admission for on-campus study. For credential options see Academics Overview.

Applicants for postbaccalaureate admission must meet the following requirements:

  • Have completed a four-year college or university course of study and hold an acceptable bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited or a DEAC (Distance Education Accrediting Commission) accredited college or university or at an international institution of equivalent standards;

  • Be in good academic standing at the last college or university attended;

  • Show evidence of the professional, personal, scholastic and other qualities necessary for successful postbaccalaureate study;

  • Show evidence of sound moral character and support of the University’s mission; and

  • If an international applicant, demonstrate proficiency in the English language.

Procedurally an applicant for postbaccalaureate admission should follow the instructions provided in Applying for On-Campus Study or Applying for Online Study.