REQUIREMENTS FOR ADMISSION
NOTE: ALL POLICIES APPLY TO CAMPUS AND ONLINE STUDENTS EXCEPT WHERE NOTED.

An applicant must either be a graduate of an accredited four-year high school or its equivalent, such as a G.E.D., or evidence of academic achievement such as a post-secondary transcript with at least nine credits, exclusive of developmental courses, and a 2.00 grade point average from a regionally accredited post-secondary institution.

In addition, an applicant must comply with any specific legal or educational requirement prescribed by his/her intended state of practice.

The amount of time required to complete the degree requirements at AAMI depends upon the number of transfer credits completed by the student and whether the student enrolls full- or part-time. Applicants with a minimum of 60 credits, an associate degree or a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution will be granted advanced standing and will have satisfied their general education core. All transfer students eligible for this waiver must still meet the Professional Ethics and History of Funeral Service core requirements.