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1 Pat, Let me provide some context for this information. You will recall that last year the Graduate Council proposed new university requirements for admission to graduate study in response to the elimination of the Board of Governor's graduate admission rules. These requirements were reviewed and approved by the Academic Council, Senate, Provost and UWF Board of Trustees. The next step was for each department to develop departmental admission guidelines that were consistent with the new general UWF graduate admission requirements. These departmental guidelines are what Lindsey has just sent you. Some departments have specified minimum admission requirements and others have indicated that they will use a holistic review via a rubric of specific evidence that each student must submit. The information presented for review is what will appear in the graduate catalog. The graduate council and I have reviewed this information and recommend it to the Academic Council. In our review we examined the rubric to be used in the case of the holistic review and where minimum standards were identified made sure that those minimums were consistent with national norms and UWF historical norms. I am very proud of each of the graduate departments for their diligence in developing these admission requirements. I will be at this week's Academic Council meeting to address questions. Please forward this note to the members of the Academic Council along with the department information Lindsey submitted for your review. Best regards, Richard Richard S. Podemski Associate VP for Research and Dean of Graduate Studies University of West Florida (850) work (850) cell

2 Anthropology Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score Undergraduate cumulative GPA Undergraduate degree major Submission of a formal letter of intent describing background, study interests, and professional goals Submission of a writing sample (term paper, conference paper, published paper, etc.) Submission of three letters of academic reference

3 Biology section of the catalog, the applicant must meet the following minimum departmental admission requirements for regular admission (see exceptions for those seeking admission to non-thesis tracks): Prospective students must submit the following materials by the first Monday in March to be considered for admission in the fall semester or by the first Monday in September to be considered for spring admission. To be considered for financial aid within the department, all prospective students for each academic year must also submit these materials by the first Monday in March. For example, students applying to the program Fall 2010, Spring 2011, or Summer 2011 must submit these materials by March 2, 2010 in order to be eligible for tuition waivers and/or scholarships within the department. Graduate Record Exam (GRE) Verbal score of at least 450 and Quantitative score of at least 550 (based on distributions of scores of recent Life Sciences test takers). Earned Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degree in Biology or a related field from an accredited college or university. Applicants applying for admission to the thesis track with a Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Biology, or a B.S. degree in another area must have satisfactorily completed all upper and lower division core classes (or equivalents) required of UWF biology undergraduates. Applicants for the non-thesis tracks with a B.S. or B.A. in Biology or another discipline should have completed General Zoology or General Botany, Cell Biology, Genetics, Ecology and an additional 8 semester hours of upper division undergraduate biology-related courses. Submission of a letter describing the student s area of interest within biology, relevant past experience, future objectives, and, for students applying to the thesis track, the name of a UWF faculty member who has agreed to serve as their thesis advisor. Submission of three letters of recommendation from individuals who can evaluate the student s academic ability. Applicants for the thesis track must have a faculty member who has agreed to provide laboratory space and serve as the applicant s major advisor. Applicants are urged to speak with prospective faculty advisors prior to the application deadline date. For students in the non-thesis tracks, prior to registration, students must consult with the faculty advisor assigned to oversee the program into which the student has been accepted. Individual faculty members may request exemptions from some of the departmental but not University requirements listed above for specific students. Students desiring to transfer from a non-thesis to a thesis specialization must fulfill all requirements for admission to that specialization. The completed application packet will be reviewed by the faculty and by the graduate program committee and will be granted full, provisional or conditional admission or be denied admission. Only complete application packets will be reviewed. Students must also complete a departmental data sheet as part of the admission process. Students will be notified as quickly as possible by the department of the final decision on their admission to the program.

4 Communication Arts section of the catalog, the applicant must meet the following minimum departmental admission requirements for regular admission: Minimum score on one graduate admission test as follows: o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal score of at least 470 and Analytical Writing score of at least a 4.0 scaled score of at least 413 o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) composite score of at least 400 Minimum undergraduate cumulative GPA of 3.2 on a 4-point scale Undergraduate degree in related field Submission of Departmental Admission Application Submission of three letters of reference Submission of current curriculum vita (CV)/résumé

5 Department of Computer Science o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Quantitative, Verbal, and Analytical Writing sections for Computer Science/Software Engineering specialization or Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Quantitative and Analytical Writing sections for Computer Science/Computer Science specialization o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Undergraduate cumulative GPA Undergraduate degree major The applicant s motivation for pursuit of a Master of Science degree, extent of related work experience in the field, and future goals related to the attainment of a Master of Science degree described in a letter of intent written by the applicant. Indication of the applicant s ability to succeed in a graduate program as reflected in three letters of recommendation.

6 English section of the catalog, the applicant must meet the following minimum departmental admission requirements for regular admission: Minimum score on one graduate admission test as follows: o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal score of at least 500 and Analytical Writing score of at least a 4.5 scaled score of at least 413 Acceptable undergraduate English GPA Submission of two-page statement of purpose Submission of a writing sample (2,500 words of literary analysis for Literature or 2,500 words of fiction/non-fiction prose or 10 poems for Creative Writing) Submission of three letters of recommendation from instructors 20 hours upper division undergraduate coursework in English

7 Environmental Science section of the catalog, the applicant must meet the following minimum departmental admission requirements for regular admission: Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal score of at least 450 and Quantitative score of at least 550 Submission of a formal letter of interest, background, and professional goals Submission of three letters of recommendation by individuals in professionally relevant fields (waived for graduates of the UWF Department of Environmental Studies) Submission of current curriculum vita (CV)/résumé Completion of the Foundational Proficiencies as a condition of admission to the program

8 History section of the catalog, the applicant must meet the following minimum departmental admission requirements for regular admission: Minimum score on one graduate admission test as follows: o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal score of at least 500 and Analytical Writing score of at least 3.5 scaled score of at least 415 Submission of letter of intent Submission of writing sample (undergraduate research paper preferred) Oral interview, if deemed appropriate Minimum of 15 semester hours of upper division history courses

9 Mathematics section of the catalog, the applicant must meet the following minimum departmental admission requirements for regular admission: If an applicant has a B.S. in mathematics or a related field: Minimum Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal score of at least 420 and Quantitative score of at least 580. If an applicant does not meet the above requirements, they may be considered for conditional admission. Please contact the department for more information. If a student has a graduate degree in any of the sciences, no GRE is required. The student will be admitted if the student has all required undergraduate proficiency courses. The student will be admitted conditionally subject to completing the required undergraduate proficiency courses. With the approval from the department, a maximum of six credit hours may be transferred to the program.

10 MSA/Biomedical/Pharmaceutical Administration section of the catalog, the applicant must meet the following minimum departmental admission requirements for regular admission: Minimum score on one graduate admission test as follows: o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal score of at least 450 and Quantitative score of at least 550 o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Composite score of at least 465 o Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) score of at least 25 Submission of two personal writing samples (e.g., written reports completed by the applicant or other representative samples of professional writing skills). o Students with writing deficiencies may be admitted conditionally pending successful completion of the online course ENC 3250: Professional Writing Possess basic computer competency Submission of three letters of recommendation

11 Nursing o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal, Quantitative, and Analytical Writing scores Undergraduate cumulative GPA Submission of a letter of intent addressing how an MSN will help you attain your professional and personal goals. Submission of current curriculum vita (CV)/résumé If an applicant is unable to meet the above criteria, they may petition the Nursing Department Graduate Admissions Committee and request a special review. *Please note that upon admission the MSN student will receive information concerning current UWF Nursing Department requirements for enrollment. These include, but are not limited to student health physical examination and immunizations; Level 2 criminal background check; drug screen; and proof of personal health insurance.

12 Political Science Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal and Quantitative score Undergraduate cumulative GPA Undergraduate degree major (preference is given to undergraduate Political Science majors) Submission of a writing sample in the form of a letter of intent of no more than 500 words in which the applicant specifies the reasons for choosing political science as an intended major, applying to UWF to pursue a graduate degree, and goals after graduation. Submission of résumé

13 Psychology Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal and Quantitative score Undergraduate cumulative GPA Psychology undergraduate GPA Grades received in undergraduate major coursework Submission of writing sample Submission of three letters of reference Program prerequisites Field Experience or Skill sets Oral Interview, if applying to Counseling specialization

14 Public Health section of the catalog, the applicant must meet the following minimum departmental admission requirements for regular admission: Minimum score on one graduate admission test as follows: o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal score of at least 450 and Quantitative score of at least 550 o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) composite score of at least 465 o Medical College Admission Test (MCAT) score of at least 25 Submission of two personal writing samples (e.g., written reports completed by the applicant or other representative samples of professional writing skills). o Students with writing deficiencies may be admitted conditionally pending successful completion of the online course ENC 3250: Professional Writing Possess basic computer competency Submission of three letters of recommendation Applicants with insufficient training in statistics or those that have taken a statistics course more than seven years ago may be admitted conditionally pending demonstration of proficiency in statistics within the first year in the program by either: taking and passing STA 2023: Elements of Statistics. This option is highly advised for students with limited or no background in statistics (e.g. a student who has never taken a course in statistics or has taken a statistics course more than seven years ago). The credit earned in this course does not count toward the graduate degree. taking and passing online STA 5176: Biostatistics. This option is advised only for students who are confident they can successfully complete Biostatistics at the graduate level. Applicants with insufficient training in public health or other health and biological sciences will be required to take two foundational proficiency courses (HSC5506 and PHC4100) that will NOT count toward the degree requirements. Students from the Navy and Army Medical Residency Programs entering the MPH will substitute Aerospace Medicine and Toxicology for six semester hours of electives. Other admission criteria may apply.

15 Masters of Accountancy o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Undergraduate cumulative GPA Submission of letter of intent Submission of two academic/professional letters of recommendation

16 Master of Business Administration performance on the Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record Examination (GRE), including the Analytical Writing score academic achievement as demonstrated by undergraduate cumulative grade point average (GPA) accreditation of degree granting institution business course academic preparation graduate level motivation and writing abilities as noted in essay responses leadership experience and potential as noted in two letters of recommendation a record of appropriate employment at increasing levels of responsibility via résumé other qualifications that illuminate future MBA potential Primary consideration will be given to the applicant s academic record and scores on the GMAT.

17 Master of Science in Administration/Acquisition & Contract Administration o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Undergraduate cumulative GPA Graduate GPA, if applicable Submission of letter of intent describing the candidate s work experience and reasons for pursuing the degree program, including how the degree relates to career goals. Overall fit with the program

18 Master of Science in Administration/Health Care Administration o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Undergraduate cumulative GPA Undergraduate Senior Year/Major GPA Submission of letter of intent describing the candidate s work experience and reasons for pursuing the degree program, including how the degree relates to career goals. Submission of three letters of recommendation

19 Master of Science in Administration/Human Performance Technology o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Undergraduate cumulative GPA Submission of letter of intent describing the candidate s work experience and reasons for pursuing the degree program, including how the degree relates to career goals. Academic preparation Department review

20 Master of Science in Administration/Leadership o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Undergraduate cumulative GPA Graduate GPA, if applicable Submission of letter of intent describing the candidate s work experience and reasons for pursuing the degree program, including how the degree relates to career goals. Overall fit with the program

21 Master of Science in Administration/Public Administration o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Undergraduate cumulative GPA Graduate GPA, if applicable Submission of letter of intent describing the candidate s work experience and reasons for pursuing the degree program, including how the degree relates to career goals. Overall fit with the program

22 College Student Personnel Administration o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal and Quantitative score Undergraduate cumulative GPA Submission of letter of intent describing reasons for applying to the program and associated career goals Submission of three letters of recommendation including one professional reference and one academic reference Submission of résumé Fit with program

23 Community Health Education o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal and Quantitative score Undergraduate cumulative GPA Undergraduate Senior Year/Major GPA Submission of letter of intent describing reasons for applying to the program and associated career goals Submission of three personal references Work Experience as reflected in a résumé (only for graduate assistants)

24 Criminal Justice o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal and Quantitative score Undergraduate cumulative GPA Academic preparation as demonstrated by quality and relevance of undergraduate degree major Submission of a personal statement written by the applicant, which outlines his/her future career goals in criminal justice and how the degree will help them to achieve the goals. Additional contents of the statement include the applicant s academic preparation, work history, volunteer experience, activities, and honors or awards received. Submission of three letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with the applicant s ability to succeed in a graduate program. At least two of the letters should be from former professors. Provisional Admission: Applicants may be granted provisional admission when the above application material is incomplete. For example, provisional admission is appropriate when the bachelor s degree is not yet posted, official GRE or MAT test scores have not been received, a letter of intent has not been received, or all letters of recommendation have not been received. Students who are granted provisional admission must submit all application materials during the first semester of graduate study or risk removal by the Office of Graduate Studies of their status to pursue graduate study. Conditional Admission: Applicants who do not meet the criteria for regular admission may be admitted on a conditional basis. Students admitted on a conditional basis are permitted to register for up to 12 semester hours and must earn at least a grade of B on each of those courses or risk removal of their status to pursue graduate study. Admission on a conditional basis will not be routine.

25 Curriculum & Instruction, M.Ed. section of the catalog, the applicant must meet the following minimum departmental admission requirements for regular admission: Agency/Community Preparation: Minimum score on one graduate admission test as follows: o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal score of at least 460 composite score of at least 413 Submission of letter of intent that includes the applicant s background, short and long-term goals, contributions he/she would like to make to their field of study, and strengths he/she will bring to the program Submission of contact information for two professional references Submit Disposition Self Evaluation form Advanced Teacher Specialization: Hold a professional teaching certificate Minimum score on one graduate admission test as follows: o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal score of at least 460 composite score of at least 413 Submission of letter of intent that includes the applicant s background, short and long-term goals, contributions he/she would like to make to their field of study, and strengths he/she will bring to the program Submission of contact information for two professional references Submit Disposition Self Evaluation form

26 Educational Leadership Certification o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Undergraduate cumulative GPA Submission of letter of intent describing the candidate s work experience and reasons for pursuing the degree program, including how the degree relates to career goals. Overall fit with the program

27 Educational Leadership: ETMS/ETMS-HPT/ETMS-IT o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Undergraduate cumulative GPA or undergraduate last 60 semester hour GPA Submission of letter of intent describing the candidate s work experience and reasons for pursuing the degree program, including how the degree relates to career goals. Academic preparation Department review

28 Exceptional Student Education section of the catalog, the applicant must meet the following minimum departmental admission requirements for regular admission: Agency/Community Preparation: Minimum score on one graduate admission test as follows: o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal score of at least 460 composite score of at least 413 Submission of letter of intent that includes the applicant s background, short and long-term goals, contributions he/she would like to make to their field of study, and strengths he/she will bring to the program Submission of contact information for two professional references Submit Disposition Self Evaluation form Advanced Teacher Specialization: Hold a professional teaching certificate Minimum score on one graduate admission test as follows: o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal score of at least 460 composite score of at least 413 Submission of letter of intent that includes the applicant s background, short and long-term goals, contributions he/she would like to make to their field of study, and strengths he/she will bring to the program Submission of contact information for two professional references Submit Disposition Self Evaluation form

29 HLES/Exercise Science o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal and Quantitative score Undergraduate Cumulative GPA Undergraduate Senior Year/Major GPA Academic Preparation as demonstrated by undergraduate degree major Submission of letter of intent describing reasons for applying to this program and associated career goals Submission of two personal references Certifications (ACSM, NSCA, ACE, AFA) Work Experience as reflected in a résumé

30 HLES/Physical Education o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal and Quantitative score Undergraduate Cumulative GPA Undergraduate Senior Year/Major GPA Academic Preparation as demonstrated by undergraduate degree major Submission of letter of intent describing reasons for applying to this program and associated career goals Submission of two personal references Evidence of appropriate teacher certifications Work Experience as reflected in a résumé

31 Instructional Technology o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Undergraduate cumulative GPA or undergraduate last 60 semester hour GPA Submission of letter of intent describing the candidate s work experience and reasons for pursuing the degree program, including how the degree relates to career goals. Academic preparation Department review

32 Reading Education section of the catalog, the applicant must meet the following minimum departmental admission requirements for regular admission: Agency/Community Preparation: Minimum score on one graduate admission test as follows: o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal score of at least 460 composite score of at least 413 Submission of letter of intent that includes the applicant s background, short and long-term goals, contributions he/she would like to make to their field of study, and strengths he/she will bring to the program Submission of contact information for two professional references Submit Disposition Self Evaluation form Advanced Teacher Specialization: Hold a professional teaching certificate Minimum score on one graduate admission test as follows: o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal score of at least 460 composite score of at least 413 Submission of letter of intent that includes the applicant s background, short and long-term goals, contributions he/she would like to make to their field of study, and strengths he/she will bring to the program Submission of contact information for two professional references Submit Disposition Self Evaluation form

33 Master of Social Work o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Verbal and Quantitative score Undergraduate cumulative GPA Academic preparation as demonstrated by quality and relevance of undergraduate degree major Submission of a letter of intent written by the applicant Submission of three letters of recommendation from individuals familiar with the applicant s ability to succeed in a graduate program. Work experience as documented on the Social Work Supplemental Application Provisional Admission: Applicants may be granted provisional admission when the above application material is incomplete. For example, provisional admission is appropriate when the bachelor s degree is not yet posted, official GRE or MAT test scores have not been received, a letter of intent has not been received, or all letters of recommendation have not been received. Students who are granted provisional admission must submit all application materials during the first semester of graduate study or risk removal by the Office of Graduate Studies of their status to pursue graduate study. Conditional Admission: Applicants who do not meet the criteria for regular admission may be admitted on a conditional basis. Students admitted on a conditional basis are permitted to register for up to 12 semester hours and must earn at least a grade of B on each of those courses or risk removal of their status to pursue graduate study. Admission on a conditional basis will not be routine.

34 Ed.S. (Educational Leadership and Curriculum and Instruction) o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Master s GPA Submission of letter of intent describing the candidate s work experience and reasons for pursuing the degree program, including how the degree relates to career goals. Overall fit with the program

35 Ed.D. o Graduate Record Examination (GRE) o Graduate Management Admissions Test (GMAT) Master s GPA Submission of letter of intent describing the candidate s work experience and reasons for pursuing the degree program, including how the degree relates to career goals. Overall fit with the program In addition, applicants applying to the Teacher Education specialization must meet the following criteria: Submission of a writing sample of past work that demonstrates the applicant s fluency, organization, and correct use of grammar. Submission of three letters of recommendation that attest to the student s academic capability and leadership potential. Submission of two completed Disposition Assessment forms. Submission of a written statement of goals and the way in which the Ed.D. will help achieve these goals. A personal interview with the admission committee in the School of Education.

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