The Admissions Committee for the program will review and consider any or all of the following: Students are required to send official transcripts and other required documentation to the Office of Admission. International students submit official TOEFL scores, if applicable. New student files are sent by the Admission Office to be reviewed by the program admission committee to ensure that the student is qualified to be admitted into the program.
- The cumulative grade point average from all previous academic work determined by transcripts provided. International credentials from outside the US must be evaluated by a foreign credential evaluating agency.
- Personal Statement regarding the individual’s academic and career intentions.
- Letters of Recommendation.
- Review of resume to ascertain work experience, clinical hours, healthcare related activities, etc.
- Other factors as determined on an individual basis.
- English skills - International students must submit a TOEFL examination score if their university/college degree is from an institution in which English is not the language of instruction. There are two versions of the TOEFL: The paper-based test score ranges from 310 to 677. Barry University requires 550 at the graduate level. The Internet-based test (iBT) score ranges from 0 to 120. Barry University requires require 79 at the graduate level.