Application Process

Application Process

New classes begin every 6 months in January and July. The application deadline is 4 months before the class begins. The application deadline is September 1st for classes starting in January and March 1st for classes starting in July. Please note that ALL application materials must be received by the deadline or we will not be able to consider the application for that cycle. Please allow adequate time for your materials to be delivered.

All applicants who apply and meet the minimum requirements (see below) will be invited for an interview. For each class, we are able to accept a maximum of 8 students.

Application Components

 

THI School of Perfusion
6770 Bertner Avenue MC 1-224
Houston, Texas 77030

  • Photo: We required a passport-sized photo (2 inch by 2 inch) for identification purposes. This must be sent in via postal mail. These photos can be easily obtained at Walgreens, CVS, and many other locations that offer photo printing.
  • Transcripts: We accept both tradition and secure official electronic transcripts. Traditional transcripts must be sent directly from the college/university to us in an official sealed envelope.
  • Letters of Reference: May be accepted via email as PDF attachments directly from the source to the school. Letters of reference sent via postal mail or email must include the Reference Request Form included with the application packet. If your referrer does not have the capability to scan and send their letter of reference and reference request form, please ask them to send it in via postal mail. You may choose to provide your referrer with a postage-paid envelope that has already been addressed to the school for their convenience.

Requirements

Applicants must have a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. The degree must be awarded and visible on an applicant’s transcript at the time of application. An applicant must have achieved a minimum cumulative grade-point average of 3.00 on a 4.0 scale. To calculate a cumulative GPA, all hours attempted and points awarded are used with the exception of pass/fail courses and those courses from which a student has officially withdrawn. Some universities exclude the points and or hours from courses that have been repeated. In order to make a fair comparison of applicants, calculations must be standardized and therefore these courses are re-included when calculating cumulative GPA. The total number of points awarded is divided by the total number of hours.

The following courses are required and must be completed with a letter grade of C or better:

  • 8 hours (or 2 classes) – Chemistry (with lab)
  • 8 hours (or 2 classes) – Biology (with lab)
  • 6 hours (or 2 classes) – Human Anatomy and Physiology
  • 3 hours (or 1 class) – Physics
  • 3 hours (or 1 class) – College Algebra (or higher-level math)
  • 3 hours (or 1 class) – Statistics