International credentials from an educational system other than the United States must be evaluated by a foreign credential evaluating agency such as Josef Silny, or other company which is a member of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services. For a list of member companies, go to: http://www.naces.org/members.htm. The evaluation must be “course-by-course with GPA,” and should be sent directly from the evaluating agency to Barry University.
Your academic record must demonstrate the capacity for successful work at the graduate level, preferably a minimum of a "B" average for your last 60 college/university credits earned.
You must have a broad liberal arts background resulting in (1) an understanding of your cultural heritage and that of others, (2) knowledge of methods of inquiry and problem solving, and (3) written and oral communication skills. (Life and work experience may be evaluated as contributing to your liberal arts background.)
Your background must include 30 credits of study in the social, behavioral, and biological sciences.