Undergraduate Admissions Requirements - U.S. Citizens
The University of Advancing Technology strives to admit students who embody our passion for technology, are a cultural match to our University, demonstrate adequate academic achievement, and have a dedication to lifelong learning. All undergraduate applicants are evaluated based on these criteria: academic history and achievements, personal expression, desire to attend UAT, how they might fit within UAT's geek-friendly culture, passion and aptitude for technology, and the supportiveness of applicant's network of family, friends and peers to achieve their educational goals (for UAT-Online applicants, employer support is also evaluated).
All applicants are encouraged to submit high school transcripts, ACT and/or SAT, Advanced Placement scores and college transcripts so that UAT's Admissions Office may thoroughly review the applicant's academic history.
Admissions Requirements - Non-U.S. Citizens
In addition to the standard admission requirements, non-US citizens applying for admission to the University of Advancing Technology must provide proof of English proficiency in one of the following ways:
One of the above must be satisfied for consideration. Proof of English proficiency is not required if English is the applicant's native language.
Graduate Admissions Requirements - U.S. Citizens
The University of Advancing Technology strives to admit students who embody our passion for technology, demonstrate adequate academic achievement, and have a dedication to lifelong learning. Factors considered in the admissions process include, but are not limited to, undergraduate academic achievement, leadership experience, community and extracurricular involvement, awards/honors, technology involvement and experience, and career achievements and aspirations. All students must have a bachelor's degree from an accredited institution.