Admission to all degree programs is open to all men and women of compulsory age, and meets the requirements to enroll. Applicants will be considered without regard to sex, national origin, or handicap.
Makar James University does not admit ability to benefit students and not accept of credits earned through challenge examinations and/or achievement tests.
The amount of credit awarded for prior experiential learning shall not be related to the amount charged the student for the assessment process.
The following information must be provided the registration office for admission eligibility:
A student who has withdrawn from Makar James University must apply for readmission through the Admission office. An application for readmission, a readmission fee, and a letter of endorsement and references are necessary for each applicant for readmission. The student is readmitted under the same academic standing that he or she had when he or she had left Makar James University. Anyone applying for readmission who has been dismissed from Makar James University must submit his or her application.
A maximum of 90 undergraduate credit units derived from another institution graduate may be applied toward any bachelor programs.
No more than 20% of graduate semester units awarded by another institution may be transferred for credit toward a Master’s degree.