- Computer Science
- Dental Hygiene
- Dietetics and Institutional Administration
- Food and Nutrition in Business and Industry
- Health Studies
- Medical Technology
* (including PT, OT and/or Pre-Med)
The only exemption is to have taken a college-level science course and made a grade of "C" or better. Both general science and chemistry tests are taken depending upon the student's science background. The science placement tests take about one hour.
Please be sure to bring a copy of your transcript which reflects your grade(s) to Orientation, in case we have not received your transcript.
For additional information about the Science Placement Test contact the Science Learning Resource Center at 940-898-2553 or visit the SLRC website.
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