Future Students

Undergraduate Information

Admission Requirements

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Odds are that you’ve already earned some college credit before coming to the University Center.  Good thing, because University Center offers bachelor’s completion degrees. In most cases, only junior and senior level courses are offered. We rely on students’ earlier college experiences to supply those freshman/sophomore level courses.  Our partner, the College of Lake County, can provide coursework to students who have never attended college or who still need freshman/sophomore level courses.
Admission to teacher certification programs requires first passing the Illinois Test of Academic Proficiency (formerly the Illinois Test of Basic Skills). The College of Lake County offers test preparation courses covering both the math and the grammar portions of the test. For more information and a schedule, call them at 847/543-2022.


Transfer Agreements

Most of our bachelor’s completion programs have transfer agreements with the College of Lake County that outline how CLC courses fulfill requirements for that program.  Click below on the name of the degree program to see its CLC transfer agreement.
 
If your prior college coursework was taken elsewhere, our Pre-Admission Advisor can tell you how to get that credit evaluated.



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Transfer Guide School
*CLC General Education Transfer Guide for all NLU majors National Louis University
Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Education Kendall College
Bachelor of Arts in Early Childhood Studies with special education approval (Note: As of 3/2014, NIU still needs to identify enough students to launch a first Lake County cohort.) Northern Illinois University
Bachelor of Arts in Legal Studies Dominican University
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Northeastern Illinois University
Bachelor of Arts in Psychology Northeastern Illinois University
Bachelor of Arts in Social Work Northeastern Illinois University
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of General Studies in Business Administration North Park University
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of General Studies in Counseling Psychology North Park University
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of General Studies in Criminal Justice North Park University
Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of General Studies in Nonprofit Management North Park University
Bachelor of Science in Business & Administration Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Bachelor of Science in Accounting Northeastern Illinois University
Bachelor of Science in Electronic Systems Technologies
See also the list of course equivalencies for the EST major.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Bachelor of Science in Fire Service Management Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Bachelor of Science in Health Care Management Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Bachelor of Science in Industrial Technology Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Bachelor of Science in Nursing for RNs University of Illinois at Chicago
Bachelor of Science in Technical Resource Management
CLC students may wish to visit CLC's transfer page for additional information about how specific CLC majors transfer into the TRM program.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
BS in Workforce Education & Development
WED students will complete the entire major at SIUC, so this transfer guide is for SIUC's core curriculum only.
Southern Illinois University Carbondale
BS with a major in Nursing for RNs Olivet Nazarene University
Transfer Guide for CLC credits for all UIS bachelor's degrees University of Illinois Springfield