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UIW's School of Applied Sciences (formerly UIW Online) is tailored to busy adult, military and veteran students seeking to start or finish their degree. Classes convenient, affordable, and accredited so you can be assured of a quality education.
Convenient Locations and Class Times
Associate of Science in Health Sciences with concentrations in:
Bachelor of Science in Health Sciences with concentrations in:
General Studies (Military Training) (Online)
Provides option to sit for the following certifications: Cardiac Rhythm Analysis Technician, Certified Billing & Coding Specialist, Certified Electronic Health Record Specialist, & Certified Medical Administrative Assistant.
Bachelor of Science in Psychology (Online or Classroom)
Master of Arts in Teacher Leadership (Online)
1. Apply online with our simple application.
Application deadline is the Sunday one week prior to the term start date.
2. Request your official transcripts from all previous universities and colleges attended after you've submitted an application. We will need your high school transcript if you've never attended college, or have less than 24 hours of transferable credit.
Send to: University of the Incarnate Word
Extended Academic Programs CPO #294
San Antonio, TX 78209
Universities and colleges may send electronic transcripts to firstname.lastname@example.org
Transcripts must be no more than 6 months old and received in a sealed envelope from the institution with a registrar’s seal. No admission can be completed, and no formal degree plan can be prepared, until we receive current (issued within last 6 months) official transcripts from all post-secondary schools you have attended. To expedite processing, unofficial transcripts may be emailed to your Admissions Counselor or faxed to 210-428-6352.
3. Fill out FAFSA
4. Consult with admissions counselor on admissions decision and first classes
5. Register for classes
6. Attend orientation
Contact your advisor for more information on dates or online options.
7. Start classes!
Introducing School of Applied Sciences (SAS)
Updates to the EAP websites and print/digital materials will reflect the new name soon.