Special Admission Requirements
The Master's of Health Administration degree program admits students twice a year. Applications must be submitted online at http://www.hampcas.org by May 1 of the year for the Fall semester admission and by November 1 of the year for the Spring semester admission.
NOTE: The HAMPCAS portal closes every year for one month from mid-August to mid-September. To check exact dates, please go to http://www.hampcas.org under the application information tab. Applicants who wish to apply for the upcoming spring semester can only begin applying once the portal for the new academic year reopens in mid-September.
In addition to meeting University criteria, applicants must:
- Have a GPA of 3.0 or higher for the last 60 hours of undergraduate course work or a cumulative 3.0 GPA for all previous graduate coursework. Applicants with an undergraduate GPA below 3.0 may be advised to take six hours of graduate course work as undeclared students, achieve grades of B or better in the course work, and re-apply for admission. The Admissions Committee will evaluate the applicant's work and determine eligibility for admission;
- Submit an official copy of scores on either GRE or GMAT;
- Have a PAGG score (Product of Applicant's GPA and GRE or GMAT scores) of at least 885 for students taking GRE or at least 1200 for students taking GMAT. Students who take GRE are required to submit the analytical writing scores. A minimum of 4.5 on a scale of 6.0 is required for admission consideration;
- Submit three letters of recommendation that support the applicant for graduate study in health administration. Recommendation letters must be from previous academic faculty and/or current or previous employers. If the applicant has been out of school or unemployed for more than five years, he/she may petition for a waiver;
- Submit Personal Statement for pursuing Master's Degree of Health Administration
- Complete an interview with the Admissions Committee scheduled on a mutually agreeable date and time. International students may request interview via telephone, Skype, or web conference.