Cardiovascular Technology

Please review these changes/updates to the program before you apply.

Program Changes/Updates

Date Updated Effective Date Change
  Fall 2021

Certification or Registry documentation will no longer be reviewed/accepted for admission points.

Career Pathways or NAF (AOHS) Graduate transcript will no longer be reviewed/accepted for admission points.

  Spring 2019

Submission of all official transcripts from all institutions, include High School transcripts or GED score report must be submitted to Valencia and posted on your record before submitting a program application.   Missing transcripts will jeopardize your acceptance. 

Transfer courses may need to be reviewed by an Advisor for potential course substitution or equivalency. NOTE: courses taken at other institutions may not be equivalent to Valencia Allied Health Program course requirement (see Program Guide for details). Course substitution or equivalency must be on your Valencia record before submitting program application or your acceptance will be jeopardized.

8/9/2018 Fall 2019

Panel Interview:

In early to mid-June, the Health Sciences Admission Committee will conduct a Panel Interview in the selection of qualified students to be admitted to the Cardiovascular Technology Program (CVT). Applicants with sufficient points will receive an ATLAS email in late May with specific dates and related interview information. Students can earn a maximum of 26 interview points through this process. (All other program course requirements and admission points will remain the same).

Students that do not participate in the mandatory CVT Panel Interview will be automatically disqualified and removed from consideration for the program.

5/8/2018 7/1/2018 All Valencia students and transfer students that have completed course work at the college must have a minimum 2.0 Institutional/Valencia GPA, at the time of applying to a Health Sciences Program. Must also be in good academic standing.