Hold an undergraduate degree from an accredited institution
Academic preparedness for graduate-level study demonstrated by evidence of one of the following: (1) A 2.75 overall undergraduate grade point average, or a 3.0 grade point average in the second half of the undergraduate degree program. (2) A transcript of GRE scores in which the scores for each of the verbal and quantitative sections is above the 60th percentile (GRE taken within five years prior to the time of application). (3) Applicants not meeting either of the above criteria may apply for non-degree admission.
International students must meet at least one of the following additional criteria: (1) A score of 213 on the TOEFL (CBT), or a score of 83 on the TOEFL (iBT), a rating of 4 on the TWE and a score of 230 on the TSE. (2) A score of 80 on the Michigan English Language Ability Battery (MELAB) and a rating of at least 3.0 on the “Oral Interview” portion of the MELAB.
Submit three professional letters of recommendation.
Successfully complete an interview with the appropriate program faculty.
Select three credit hours from the following. Elective hours can come from HLED courses or other health-related courses offered by other programs and departments. These electives are selected with guidance and approval of the assigned health education advisor.