FAQs


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  • Master of Health Sciences FAQ

     

    Do I need a bachelor of science degree before I can enroll in the Masters of Health Sciences program?

    Yes, you have to have your bachelor of science degree before you can be enrolled in the Masters of Health Sciences program.

    Is there a certain amount of time I have to wait before I can enroll in the program after graduating with a bachelor of science degree?

    There is no waiting period to enroll; however, you would have to submit proof of your licensure and/or certification before enrolling or other required documentation.

    Is the GRE required to enroll in the MHS program?

    Yes, the GRE is required to enroll in the MHS program.

    Can I receive financial aid while enrolled in the program?

    Financial aid is available for all eligible applicants. For information regarding financial aid, please contact Student Financial Services.

    Is there a minimum amount of hours required per semester?

    The Masters of Health Sciences program is designed for, but not limited to, part-time, non-traditional students. Therefore, three (3) to six (6) hours are required per semester.

    I am not that familiar with computers. Is there training available to orientate me on how to navigate the online program?

    We do provide online instructions to applicants who are not familiar with computers. We also enroll all students in a class we call "Student Success Tool Manual for Health Sciences." You will have someone available to answer any questions or concerns you may have on how to navigate Blackboard.