Five Grand Valley students placed first in The Project 2012, a Project Management Institute collegiate competition involving six Michigan colleges and universities.
A complete application to the MHA program requires:
Applications will not be reviewed until they are complete. The admissions committee may request additional information or a personal interview if it deems them appropriate and necessary.
The admissions committee is looking for the evidence that an applicant will be successful if admitted into the MHA program. This evidence can take several forms. Furthermore, the admissions committee considers each applicant as a whole student. No decision is based solely on any single factor. A strong applicant for the MHA program will have the following:
An applicant concerned about falling short on the above criteria may want to consider these recommendations for securing favorable evidence of their ability to do graduate level work in the MHA program.
In some cases, an applicant that is seen as strong except for a specific area of deficiency may be offered admission on a condition that they take a course to rectify that deficiency before proceeding with the MHA course work.
Students may apply online at www.gvsu.edu/admissions. Deadlines are as follows:
Early application is strongly encouraged. Late applicants may be admitted on the basis of remaining program capacity.
Rachel Dody (MHA '13) is a Practice Leader with Mercy Health, Inc.
Caitlin Zinnecker, MHA '11, is the Project Manager for the Cardiovascular Academic Program at Spectrum Health.