Master of Arts in Health Promotion Admission Requirements:

For unconditional acceptance into the Master of Arts in Health Promotion applicants must:

  • Hold an undergraduate degree with a minimum 2.75 GPA from a regionally accredited institution
  • Provide official Graduate Record Examination (GRE) general test or Miller Analogies Test (MAT) test scores
  • Provide official transcripts from all undergraduate institutions (with the exception of Concord University).
  • Provide two (2) general letters of recommendation
  • Complete the general Application for Admission (Word document), and submit it with a $30.00 fee.

    GRE/MAT scores should reflect the 50th percentile or above. GRE scores must be a combined scaled score for verbal and quantitative of at least 800 and an analytical writing score of 3.0; or a score of 387 is required on the MAT. Sub-scores will be reviewed by the Graduate Council.

Applicants who do not meet admission requirements may submit a letter of appeal to the graduate director which will then be reviewed by the Graduate Council. If the Graduate Council approves the appeal, they will specify requirements for conditional admission to complete up to nine graduate credits with specific stipulations such as earning a GPA of 3.0 or better in the Master of Arts in Health Promotion.

A candidate may apply to the program and take nine (9) credit-hours of courses before all admission requirements must be met. However, application and fee, and transcripts are necessary for conditional acceptance. Failure to complete all admission requirements after nine (9) hours of coursework may result in administrative withdrawal from the courses or credit may not be applied toward graduation in the degree program. Once all admission requirements are met, the student will receive a letter of unconditional acceptance to the Master of Arts in Health Promotion program and can then continue coursework. Any candidate who does not earn a “C” or better in a course must repeat the course and is subject to additional disciplinary actions by the Concord University Graduate Council.

Last updated on Apr 17, 2014. Originally created on Mar 12, 2012. Report incorrect information.