Get the details on how to apply to the Health Science (M.S.) program.
This program admits students for the fall and spring terms only. Deadlines for each term are available on the Graduate Admissions Website.
The master’s program requires an earned undergraduate degree in a health science field (e.g., nursing, health education, psychology) from a regionally accredited college or university* or substantial upper-division course work in those fields, or experience in those same areas (as determined by the program director). Admission to the master’s program in health science may be secured in two ways:
All GPA calculations for admission are based upon the last 60 credits of undergraduate and post-baccalaureate study. Courses taken beyond the baccalaureate degree may be included in the undergraduate grade point average only if they are at least upper division undergraduate work (300/400 level).
Courses used for admission credentials, including program prerequisites and courses used to raise the average GPA for admission, cannot be applied toward a master’s degree.
International students please note: Because the program is designed primarily for full-time employed professionals, non-immigrant applicants needing to obtain or maintain F-1 or J-1 student visa status may at times be required to take classes not associated with the program in order to maintain a full course of study each term; this results in increased tuition, fees and credits beyond the normal program requirements. See additional admission information in Graduate Admissions.
*See Exceptions to Policy in Graduate Admissions.
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