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DHSc & HPE Certificate Admission Requirements

Doctor of Health Science:

Students are admitted to begin the program in the fall semester only. The preferred application deadline is April 1. The final application deadline is July 1.

  • Complete online application
  • Application fee of $50.00 (paid online)
  • Official transcripts for all degrees earned. Transcripts should document achievement of a master's or doctorate degree from a regionally accredited institution with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
  • At least two years of recent experience working in a health-related field and hold a current license (if one is required to practice in the student's discipline)
    • Professional experience can be documented through a resume or a curriculum vitae
    • Proof of license can be provided via official documentation from state licensing board
  • 2 professional letters of recommendation
  • Personal statement, which should be no more than three pages (double-spaced), highlighting your background/experience, educational and career goals, and your specific interest in the DHSc Program at the University of Indianapolis
  • Resume or curriculum vitae
  • Additional requirements for international applicants

Please note that upon acceptance into the DHSc program, students must reserve their seat in the cohort by committing to attend the on-campus orientation.

Graduate Certificate in Health Professions Education:

  • Complete online application
  • Application fee of $50.00 (paid online)
  • Official transcripts for all degrees earned. Transcripts should document achievement of a master's or doctorate degree from a regionally accredited institution with a cumulative GPA of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale)
  • At least two years of recent experience working in a health-related field and hold a current license (if one is required to practice in the student's discipline)
    • Professional experience can be documented through a resume or a curriculum vitae
    • Proof of license can be provided via official documentation from state licensing board
  • Personal statement, which should be no more than three pages (double-spaced), highlighting your background/experience, educational and career goals, and your specific interest in the Graduate Certificate in Health Professions Education Program at the University of Indianapolis
  • Resume or curriculum vitae

Non-degree programs

Non-degree students may take up to three Health Sciences Graduate Programs courses (or up to nine credit hours). Non-degree seeking students should contact Admissions Counselor Kim McCain to access the application and to submit a copy of your professional license (if one is required to practice in your discipline). Individuals who are internationally-educated therapists physical therapists, but not U.S.-licensed, should submit unofficial TOEFL scores.

More information

For more information, contact Kim McCain, Admissions Counselor, at mccaink@uindy.edu.

Mail supporting application documents to:
University of Indianapolis
Attn: Kim McCain
Health Pavilion, Suite 270
1400 East Hanna Avenue
Indianapolis, IN 46227-3697
USA

Phone: 317-788-3495 or 1-800-232-8634, ext. 3495

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