Apply to this program through a central application: GradCAS. Review the sections below before you begin.
- Completion of a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university.
- Cumulative GPA of 2.80 on a 4.00 scale in undergraduate work.
- A two page maximum statement of professional experience, goals and research interest.
- Prerequisite courses: 6 hours. Students entering the program should have a undergraduate courses in statistics and introductory psychology. A student who does not meet these criteria, but who demonstrates outstanding potential, may be considered on the basis of individual merit and accepted on a probationary status.
Accelerated Master's Degree option
Students enrolled in undergraduate programs may be accepted into the Master of Science in Health Promotion and Wellness Management program after admission requirements for the accelerated master's option are met. Once accepted, up to 12 credit hours of approved 600 and 700-level coursework may be counted toward both the Bachelor of Science and the Master of Science degree programs.
The accelerated option allows students who are interested in health promotion and wellness management to complete the requirements for the Master of Science degree in three semesters and a summer rather than the typical four semesters and a summer. For more information and guidelines, contact the Health Promotion and Wellness Management program director.
Before enrolling in each course and for courses to be counted as both undergraduate and graduate credit, an undergraduate student must complete a Mixed Credit Form. If a student wishes to complete more than six credits of mixed credit, they must first be admitted into the accelerated master's program. Acceptance into the program and all approvals must be completed prior to the end of the Change of Schedule Period for the course(s). See the Graduate College for further information.
Admission Requirements for the Accelerated Master's Option
- Senior standing and an overall GPA of 3.2 or better.
- Completion of an undergraduate course in statistics and introductory psychology. A student who does not meet these criteria, but who demonstrates outstanding potential, may be considered on the basis of individual merit.