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  • Candidates for the entry-level Master's program will be considered for enrollment on a rolling basis. Students will be notified of admissions decision after review from the MHA admissions committee. Applicants are asked to meet the following admissions criteria:

    • Undergraduate degree (or expected completion of undergraduate degree prior to enrollment) preferably in healthcare or related field
    • Undergraduate level courses (one each) in the following areas:
      • Statistics
      • Finance OR Accounting
    In lieu of these undergraduate courses, applicants may choose to satisfy this requirement by completing the course work with Peregrine Academic Services. Gannon University contracts with Peregrine to provide a low-cost, non-credit alternative. These modules are self-paced, on-line offerings reasonably priced at $50, which includes all books and materials, a pre-test, 4-6 hours of instructional material and a post-test. Applicants have two opportunities to complete these models with a passing grade of 75%.
    • GRE or GMAT score is required to be submitted. Applicants with an overall undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or greater, or with a terminal degree, may waive the GRE/GMAT requirement. ┬áThese standardized tests may also be waived for students with appropriate work experience.
    Applicants are asked to submit the following information to the Gannon University Office of Graduate Admissions:
    • Completed graduate application (apply.gannon.edu)
    • Official academic transcripts from all prior institutions
    • Professional resume
    • Three letters of recommendation
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