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Graduate Admissions Requirements

Admission Criteria and Procedures for MSEd and Alternate MSEd (Health Education) Degree Requirements.

All applicants for the Master of Science in Education (Health Education) programs must have completed a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university. All applicants will be evaluated individually to determine the course requirements for their program. Academic standards for acceptance into the program include the following:

  1. Preference is given to applicants with an undergraduate degree grade point average (GPA) over 3.0; (An applicant with an undergraduate GPA of less than 3.0 may present his/her written rationale for acceptance in the application materials.)
  2. A list of three (3) professional references available to be contacted. The list of references should include name, professional title, address, phone, e-mail. References should be able to discuss the applicant's ability to do graduate level work, as well as:
    • competence in professional work performance;
    • academic performance in college;
    • ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing; and
    • ability to relate effectively with colleagues, students, clients, superior and subordinate personnel, and the general public.
  3. Evidence of satisfactory performance (grade of "C" or better) in Anatomy and Physiology (or equivalent) and one semester of Statistics taken at the undergraduate level.

Note: Courses completed prior to matriculation may or may not be approved for subsequent inclusion in a successful applicant's course of studies, at the discretion of the department. No more than six credits taken before matriculation will be applied to a graduate student's master's degree program.

Applications, offical transcripts from all colleges attended, and a list of three (3) references should be submitted to The Graduate School electronically. Call The Graduate School at (585)395-2525 if you have questions.

The decision to accept or reject an application lies wholly within the department's jurisdiction. The Department of Health Science has a professional responsibility to deny admission or continuation in any of its graduate programs to any applicant/student whose level of performance and/or personal characteristics do not not meet academic, professional or ethical standards.

All Students considering a Department of Health Science program or concentration are invited to contact the for further information and guidance.

Department of Health Science
The College at Brockport 23 Hartwell Hall
350 New Campus Drive Brockport, NY 14420-2979

Last Updated 7/20/15