The MPAS program adheres to the general admission procedures outlined by the FIU University Graduate School (UGS). Completed applications are evaluated by an Admissions Committee designated by the program director, who is appointed by the HWCOM Dean. The MPAS selection process is highly competitive and holistic in nature to secure above average students for 45 seats each fall. The admissions cycle opens on April 25, 2024, and ends on January 15, 2025; however, applications are reviewed continuously until the cohort is filled.
MPAS holds monthly Information Sessions to assist with the application process and to provide details about the program. It is strongly recommended that interested applicants attend a session. Please RSVP by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.
Admissions information is subject to change.
Applicants to the HWCOM MPAS program must meet all of the admission requirements to be considered. The program requires full-time attendance and does not accept transfer credits or grant advanced placement.
International applicants and foreign medical graduates interested in applying to the HWCOM MPAS must complete all the requirements listed for domestic applicants as well as the requirements listed below:
- Completion of all science prerequisite requirements within seven years at a college or university in the United States.
- Applicants must have their transcripts translated in accordance with CASPA guidelines. Visit CASPA - Foreign and French Canadian Transcripts
- Applicants from non-English speaking countries and those whose studies were completed outside of the US must present minimum scores on an English Language proficiency exam.
For a list of English proficiency exempt countries and English proficiency exam options, visit the international admissions website.