Top Undergraduate Pathways in Applied Sciences 2019
Many degree programs require students to be proficient in reading, writing, listening and speaking. Those who lack these skills can take an undergraduate pathway program where they may acquire a satisfactory English language mastery.
Programs of study in applied sciences may emphasize the practical applications of a variety of scientific concepts and processes. For example, students may learn about biology in medical applications or chemistry in food production processes.
An INTO Illinois State University International Year One in Science, Applied Sciences and Technology will prepare you to enter your next semester of a bachelor’s degree p
An INTO Illinois State University International Year One in Science, Applied Sciences and Technology will prepare you to enter your next semester of a bachelor’s degree program at Illinois State University.
Upon successful completion of the Pathway program and meeting university requirements for undergraduate admission, you may enter your next semester of study at Illinois State University. This transition from an INTO program to a university degree program is called progression.
Degree program components
120 credit-hour program
17 credit hours apply from the Pathway
103 credit hours remaining towards a degree
120 credit-hour program
33 credit hours apply from the Pathway
87 credit hours remaining towards a degree
Begin earning credits toward your degree even if you don’t meet the academic and English requirements for direct entry.
Receive additional support to move you successfully through your first year at a US university.
Graduate in the same amount of time as domestic students.
Smaller class sizes allow you to spend more time with your teachers.
Develop the knowledge and skills for your degree through your chosen pathway.
Key course facts
Course length: 1-3 Semesters
Start dates: 2019: January, August; 2020: January, August; 2021: January
Fees: From $15,550
Class hours: 12-16 hours per week
Award: This Pathway program leads to a degree in Actuarial Science, Agriculture, Biochemistry, Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Construction Management, Economics, Environmental Health, Engineering Technology, Food, Nutrition and Dietetics, Geology, Industrial Technology, Mathematics, Medical Laboratory Science, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Physics, Renewable Energy, Safety and Technology...