Applications for Fall 2020 will be accepted on a rolling basis through August 15, 2020. Interested students are encouraged to contact Dr. Lauren Gellar, director for the Division of Healthcare Studies, for an unofficial transcript evaluation or with questions about the program.
Students who have completed a minimum of 72 credit hours, including all general education requirements, from a regionally accredited institution are eligible to apply to the Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Studies program.
While it is not required, strong candidates will have an associate's degree or be certified or licensed healthcare professionals. Examples of these professions include occupational therapist assistant, physical therapist assistant, radiologic technologist, respiratory therapist, cardiovascular technologist, surgical technologist, dental hygienist, medical laboratory technologist, radiation therapy technologist.
Full admissions requirements can be found on the MUSC Admissions website.
How to Apply
In addition to the application itself, applicants must complete supplemental materials.
Full details about the application process can be found on the MUSC Admissions website.