The Admissions Committee examines all aspects of an applicant’s background including academic achievement, health field-related experiences and career goals in making admissions decisions.
The Admissions Committee considers applicants based on their motivation to succeed in the program, the demonstration of strong intellectual aptitude and the ability for independent thinking.
Individuals successfully meeting the required admissions selection criteria may receive an invitation to interview, which provides further insight into the applicant’s character and motivation, and allows an applicant the opportunity to speak with the program director or a faculty member. Career objectives are discussed and program areas of special interests are explored in an effort to analyze how the program can match the applicant’s needs. The short answer essays and interview also allows the interviewer to assess writing, speaking, listening and analytical skills which are very important to the successful completion of the program. Interviews may be conducted online or in-person.
NOTIFICATION OF ACCEPTANCE AND MATRICULATION
An applicant may be notified of his or her acceptance on a rolling admissions basis, after completion of the interview. Upon receipt of acceptance, an applicant is required to pay a $500 matriculation fee to the University prior to the start of classes, payable as follows:
- Return the matriculation form along with a $500 deposit within 14 days of the date of the acceptance letter.
- All monies received above are non-refundable and will be applied toward first term fees.
POLICIES AND PROCEDURES
Enrolled students who withdraw or are dismissed from the University will be responsible for the payment of tuition in accordance with the institutional refund schedule.