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Trinity University's graduate program in Health Care Administration seeks well-qualified and highly motivated individuals from a broad range of educational backgrounds for admission into the program. Academic excellence, apparent aptitude, and experience are criteria used in the selective admission process.
Application files are evaluated on a rolling admission basis; therefore, the earlier an applicant submits all of the materials described below, the earlier he or she will receive an admission decision. For optimal consideration, applicants are encouraged to apply much earlier than summer deadlines.
All application materials should be submitted electronically via the graduate student application.
Once an applicant's file is completed, the Admissions Committee reviews it on an individual basis to determine if academic criteria are met. If the initial review is positive, the applicant is invited to the Trinity campus to interview. Shortly after the interview date, the Admissions Committee makes a recommendation to the Chair of the Health Care Administration Department. The applicant receives a letter notifying him or her of an admission decision as the last step of the admission process.
The above information and further details about university policies are available in the annual Trinity University Courses of Study publication. Assuming an applicant meets the academic criteria for graduate admission, Trinity does not discriminate in admissions on the basis of race, color, age, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, or disability, veteran or disabled veteran status. Any questions or complaints relative to discrimination should be referred to the Director of Human Resources. The Section 504/Americans with Disabilities Act compliance officer is the Associate Vice President for Fiscal Affairs. Questions or complaints relative to facilities, services, and accessibility should be referred to the Office of Fiscal Affairs.
The Department of Health Care Administration requires that all applicants to the On-Campus Program: