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• CSP and Century College have their own admissions
standards. Both standards must be met separately
in order to pursue the BS Orthotics and Prosthetics
degree due to the shared coursework.
• The BS Orthotics and Prosthetics degree is not
accredited as an assistant-level program.
Furthermore, you are unable to become an ABC-
certiﬁed O&P Assistant solely through completion
of this degree. ABC certiﬁcation requirements can
be found on abcop.org
• In order to graduate with a bachelor’s degree from
CSP, in addition to the Orthotic and Prosthetic
Fitter AAS degree AND the Clinical Applications
Diploma at Century, the following courses (located
on the right) must be taken at CSP.
The recommended three semesters
at CSP are as follows:
FALL 16 credits)
SUMMER 8 credits)
KHS 400 KHS 436
SPRING 16 credits)
I understand the academic requirements to pursue my career goals within the orthotics and prosthetics
ﬁeld through the Century College-Concordia University, St. Paul consortium. I can refer to the transfer guide,
and contact CSP representatives at any time to achieve my career goals.
Student Name: ____________________________________________________________________ Date: ______________
CSP/Century College Representative: ________________________________________________ Date: ______________
STUDENT INFORMATION SHEET
Bachelor of Science (BS)
& Master of Science (MS)
Orthotics and Prosthetics
• The Clinical Applications Diploma at Century must
be completed prior to starting CSP’s CAAHEP-
accredited MS program, unless a petition has been
approved by Century for dual enrollment.
• A bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited
college is required in order to be eligible for the
MS-Orthotics and Prosthetics degree at CSP.
• Concordia University, St. Paul has its own
admissions standards. These standards must be met
in additional to the prerequiste coursework (located
on the left), in order to pursue the MS-Orthotics and
Prosthetics degree. Admissions to the MSOP
program is not guaranteed.
• Upon conferral of the MSOP degree, students are
required to complete an NCOPE approved residency.
3.0 GPA from undergraduate bachelor’s degree
Completion of Orthotic and Prosthetic
Clinical Applications Diploma
Physics with lab
Biology with lab
Chemistry with lab
Human Anatomy & Physiology with lab
A grade of C or higher is required within the prerequisite
coursework. A grade of C- within a prerequisite course
does not meet the requirement of a “C” grade or higher.
OBTAINING THE BSOP:
OBTAINING THE MSOP: