Life Care Planner Program Admissions - Capital University Law School

Life Care Planner Program Admissions

  • We are accepting applications for the May 2019 cohort.  The application deadline is April 5, 2019.  Please note: We must have a minimum of three students admitted into the program and committed to registering for classes in order to move forward with each new cohort. The maximum number of students in each LCP cohort is 9.

    Admission Requirements for Registered Nurses:

    1. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited four-year institution;
    2. Valid R.N. license; and
    3. 5000 hours of clinical experience, preferably in a relevant area.

    Admission Requirements for non-R.N. Rehabilitation or Other Related Professionals:

    1. Bachelor’s degree in their field from an accredited four-year institution;
    2. Rehabilitation certification such as CRC, CDMS, COHN, CPRN, ABVE, LPT, OTL, LPC, etc., or appropriate licensure or certification in a related field (e.g., social work, physical therapy, etc.); and
    3. A minimum of 3 – 5 years of rehabilitation work experience.

    Please note that preference is given to candidates with a 2.7 or higher GPA.

    Admission Procedures

    Applicants for the LCP Program must complete an online application and submit the following information:

    1. Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions (even if a degree was not completed);
    2. Resume or CV;
    3. Two professional references and contact information;
    4. Personal statement (space provided in online application;
    5. A copy of your valid R.N. license or rehabilitation certification; and
    6. A statement about your 5000 hours of clinical experience (R.N.) or 3-5 years of rehabilitation work experience.

    Once an applicant submits all required application materials, the Director of Paralegal Programs may schedule a phone interview with the applicant. All completed applications are reviewed by the program director and admission decisions are made on a rolling basis for both the November and May starting dates.

    Transfer of credits: A student may ask to transfer up to a maximum of 4 credits into the LCP Program from an accredited college or university and ICHCC program. The Director of Paralegal Programs has the discretion to accept the transferred credits into the LCP Program.