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Yes, you may still apply. You will need to provide proof of your membership/license to practice overseas along with your application. If you cannot do this, you will need to submit an equivalency form.
Our programs requirement is that an applicant must have at least a B+ (75%) average. If you do not have this you may jeopardize your candidacy.
If you are lower than 3.0 GPA, you are not eligible to apply. It is recommend that you could take courses to help raise your GPA for re-submission in another intake year.
To increase your GPA, you could look at enrolling in a 4th or Master level University course from any accredited university.
No. The MHM program does not require candidates to complete a an exam/test.
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The average weekly time commitment is approximately 15 hours/per course. However, this sometimes varies depending on course or the students expertise, past experiences and education. Also, some weeks are more demanding than others in a particular course.
All courses used towards a specific degree would not be transferable. University policy states that: Credits from other accredited institutions must have been received in the last 5 years with a minimum grade of B-. The transfer process requires a student be accepted into the MHM program first. Transfer credits are not guaranteed.
The MHM program is primarily an online, asynchronous one, however, on occasion some instructors hold synchronous sessions. The program also holds two mandatory 3-day, in person residencies on campus.