Pfeiffer University Campus

Fall 2014 Health Administration Degree Completion

Core Courses Title   LocationTime
ACCT 221 Principles of Accounting I

         
ACCT 223 Principles of Accounting II

         
BMAL 311 Business Statistics

      Charlotte 6:00-9:45 PM
BMAL 432 Financial Management

      Charlotte 6:00-9:45 PM
COMP 110 Microcomputer Applications

      CHR/Online 6:00-9:45 PM
ECON 221 Principles of Macroeconomics

      Online  
ECON 222 Principles of Microeconomics

      Online  
HA 300 Principles of Healthcare Management

      Online  
HA 302 Introduction to Public Health

      Online  
HA 310 Healthcare Marketing

      Online  
HA 404 Healthcare Economics

      Online  
HA 405 Medical Communications

      Charlotte  
HA 406 Healthcare Insurance and Managed Care

      Online  
HA 414 Legal and Ethical Environment

         
HA 502 Healthcare Budgeting and Control

         
HA 504 Health Policy

         
HA 505 Healthcare Planning and Strategy

      Charlotte  
HA 520 Special Topics

      Charlotte  
MATH 220 College Algebra

      Online  

 

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Fall 2014 Criminal Justice Degree Completion

Core Courses Title   LocationTime
CRIM 202 Introduction to Criminal Justice

         
CRIM 205 Introduction to Criminology

         
CRIM 206 Corrections

      Online  
CRIM 215 Substantive Criminal Law

         
CRIM 220

Ethics in Criminal Justice

         
CRIM 240 Law Enforcement Operations       Online  
CRIM 305 Criminal Procedure

         
CRIM 390 Research Methods in Criminal Justice

      Online  
CRIM 520 Senior Seminar in Criminal Justice

         
BMAL 311 Business Statistics

      Charlotte 6:00-9:45 PM
               
Financial Fraud and
Fraud Examinations Concentration
             
CRIM 425 White Collar Crime Investigations

         
FFFE 501 Senior Seminar I

         
FFFE 502 Senior Seminar II

         
FFFE 507 Forensic Accounting

         
COMP 265 Intro to Computer Information Systems

         
               
Homeland Security Concentration              
PLSC 405 Public Policy          
CRIM 222 Criminal Justice Administration

         
CRIM 340 Emergency Management       Online  
CRIM 345 Homeland Security       Online  
CRIM 442 Terrorism

         
               
Law and Policy Concentration              
PLSC 303 Introduction to Law

         
PLSC 307 Law and Society

      Charlotte 6:00-9:45 PM
PLSC 405 Public Policy          
PLSC 411 Constitutional Law I

         
PLSC 412 Constitutional Law II

         

 

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International Undergraduate Requirements / Adult Degree Completion

Listed below are the steps involved when applying to Pfeiffer, qualifying for an I-20, applying for a visa, and finally, arriving in the United States:

1)  Submit an adult undergraduate application for admission to Pfeiffer University

2)  Submit transcripts from ALL schools attended showing you are qualified academically

2)  Submit evidence of English proficiency. A basic requirement for successful study in the United States is the ability to communicate in English. International students applying to the university must use one of the following methods to show that they have an appropriate level of English proficiency:

Pfeiffer accepts ANY of the following as proof of English proficiency.

a)  TOEFL score of at least 500 PBT/173 CBT/61 IBT, taken at an official ETS testing center and NOT in-house; i.e., at a university
b)  IELTS score of at least 6.0
c)  College English Test (CET)
d)  Completion of 24 semester hours at a US university
e)  Completion of a US high school diploma
f)  Completion of an appropriate level in an ESL program which, according to the ESL school, is sufficient for the undergraduate level of university study.
g)  Satisfactory SAT or ACT score 
 

NOTE:  The TOEFL is given in most countries around the world on computer (the paper based version is being phased out).  The test is offered on many days during the month, but only at a limited number of computer centers.  You may have to travel some distance to reach the nearest test center.  Pre-registration is required.  The TOEFL uses a multiple choice and essay format to measure each examinee's ability to understand North American English.  The test is divided into four sections:  listening, structure, reading, and writing.  The writing section requires the test taker to write an essay.  The total number of questions you answer correctly and your score on the essay form the raw scores for each section.
 

4)  Submit proof of financial support sufficient to cover your first year's expenses including living expenses. CHECK WITH THE ADMISSIONS 0FFICE FOR THE TOTAL AMOUNT YOU NEED TO DOCUMENT.  ALL CURRENCY LISTED SHOULD BE IN US DOLLARS. You will be sent a Statement of Financial Support Form.  You can download this form by going to www.Pfeiffer.edu/International and clicking on “Forms.”    We will also need bank statements showing the availability of funds.  Make a copy of this documentation before you send it to Pfeiffer, because you will need it when you apply for your visa and also when you arrive in the United States at the port of entry.

5)  Submit copy of your passport ID page (the page with your name and expiration date)

After you have been formally accepted and submitted all the necessary documents, Pfeiffer will send you an I-20.  Please read this document carefully; if you find an error, let us know immediately since an error could have a negative impact on your application for an F-1 visa.  Also, read page 2 which outlines your responsibilities as an F-1 student.

SEVIS FEE: BEFORE applying for an F-1 visa at a United States consulate or embassy, the Department of Homeland Security requires payment of a $200 SEVIS fee.  There are two ways to pay this fee: 

1)  The fee may be paid by mail by submitting Form I-901, "Fee Remittance for Certain F, M, and J Nonimmigrants" together with a check or money order drawn on a U.S. bank and payable in US currency; or
2)  The fee may be paid on-line by going to https://www.fmjfee.com/i901fee/.  On this website, you can complete Form I-901 and pay the fee using Visa, MasterCard, or American Express, whether issued in the US or overseas.   This is the quickest method.

The SEVIS fee should be paid at least THREE business days before applying for your visa.

IMPORTANT:  IF YOU PAY THE FEE ONLINE, PRINT A COPY OF THE RECEIPT IMMEDIATELY BEFORE LEAVING THE WEBSITE

 

Fall 2014 Business Management and Leadership Degree Completion

Core Courses Title   LocationTime
ACCT 221 Principles of Accounting I

         
ACCT 223 Principles of Accounting II

         
BMAL 241 Marketing

      Online  
BMAL 251 Business Law I

      Online  
BMAL 261 Principles of Management

         
BMAL 271 Survey of Leadership

         
BMAL 301 Ethics in Business

         
BMAL 311 Business Statistics

      Charlotte 6:00-9:45 PM
BMAL 371 Organizational Behavior

      Online  
BMAL 381 International Business

      Charlotte  
BMAL 432 Financial Management

      Charlotte 6:00-9:45 PM
BMAL 491 Business Strategy

      Online  
ECON 221 Principles of Macroeconomics

      Online  
ECON 222 Principles of Microeconomics

      Online  
               
Entrepreneurship and
Supervision Concentration
             
BMAL 471 Organizational Change

         
BMAL 201 Principles of Business

      Charlotte 6:00-9:45 PM
BMAL 331 Risk Management and Insurance

      Online  
BMAL 461 Management of Human Resources

      Online  
COMM 345 Business Communications

      Charlotte 6:00-9:45 PM
               
Finance and Banking
Concentration
             
ACCT 310 Cost Accounting

         
BMAL 331 Risk Management and Insurance

      Online  
BMAL 332 Investments

         
ECON 331 Public Finance

         
ECON 421 Money and Banking

         

  

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Re-Admit

Readmission to Pfeiffer University's School of Adult Studies

Any student who has been out of school for two consecutive semesters is considered inactive and must apply for readmission.  This entails submitting an application for readmission and the re-application fee of $60.

If a student has been inactive for three years or more, their student file will have been purged.  As such, that applicant for readmission must submit all transcripts again.

School of Adult Studies students who achieve a Grade Point Average below 2.0 should refer to the University catalog to review policies pertaining to Academic Eligibility.  Students who are on Academic Warning or Academic Probation may be readmitted at the discretion of the University.  Students returning from Academic Probation will be placed on Academic Probation status.

Financial Aid can be awarded for students on Academic Probation for only one semester.