Applicants seeking graduate admission must have a bachelor’s degree with a minimum 2.75 GPA from an accredited college or university. The degree may be in any discipline. Applicants should have at least one year of work experience in a clinical setting or an information technology-related field.
Have any questions about applying or the admissions process? Contact the Office of Graduate Admissions at 678.547.6417 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Submit all of the following items to complete your application to the program:
- $35 Non-refundable Application Fee ($100 for International Applicants)
Submit the required application fee in the form of a check or money order made payable to Mercer University. Do not send cash. The application fee is nonrefundable and cannot apply toward tuition. Former or current students of Mercer University need not submit another application fee.
- Transcripts from All Previously Attended Institutions
Submit an official transcript from each college and university previously attended. Transcripts are required for both undergraduate (including summer school and studies abroad) and graduate course work, regardless of length of stay or if the grades are listed on another school’s transcript. Official electronic transcripts should be submitted to email@example.com. Former and current Mercer University students need not request a Mercer University transcript.
- Letter of Recommendation
Submit one letter of recommendation/support from a person in current or past leadership structure.
Applicants must submit a current résumé.
- Supplemental Work Experience Document
Provide a supplemental document that lists IT or clinical experience.
Submit all application supporting materials to:
Office of Graduate Admissions
College of Professional Advancement
3001 Mercer University Drive
Atlanta, GA 30341
Admission decisions cannot be made until all application materials have been received.
Additional Requirements for International Applicants
A. Evaluation of Foreign Credentials: Applicants who completed all or part of their education abroad must have an independent evaluation service evaluate their foreign educational credentials. A course-by-course and grade point average equivalent evaluation are admission requirements. For information about evaluation services, contact the Office of Admissions. You must submit an official sealed evaluation report with your application once complete.
B. Official Translations: Official college or university transcript with a certified, notarized English translation or apostille conducted by an accredited translation service. The Office of Global Engagement will establish the US Equivalency of foreign transcripts to determine an admissions decisions. The Office of Global Engagement maintains certification under The Association of International Credential Evaluation Professionals (TAICEP) and follows industry standards and practices set by the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (AACRAO). Alternatively, foreign credential evaluations certified by either the American Association of Collegiate Registrars and Admissions Officers (ACCRAO) or the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES) are accepted.
C. Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL): The TOEFL or the International English Language Testing System (IELTS) test is required for international applicants whose primary language is not English. The scores must not be more than two years old. Send official score reports directly to the Office of Admissions by the Educational Testing Service. The Educational Testing Service institution code for submission of official score reports is 5025. Unofficial copies of the score report may be included with the application for initial review and evaluation. This does not replace the requirement of an official score report for those applicants who are offered admission.
Exception: International applicants who have attended another U.S. institution and completed freshman English Composition I and II with grades of “C” or higher do not need to completed the TOEFL.
D. Financial Guarantee: International applicants who wish to obtain an I-20 for F-1 visa must include financial documentation showing ability to finance tuition and living expenses for one year. Financial documents must have a current date and indicate available funds of US$25,000.
E. Visa Status: International applicants who are currently in the United States must choose from one of the following categories of documents to prove their current visa status:
- Copy of I-20 and I-94 if on an F-1 visa
- Copy of visa stamp and I-94 if on another type of visa
- Copy of Resident Alien card (front and back) if classified as a Resident Alien
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