Master of Health Services Administration

International Students Admission Criteria

Photo of a building with the X logo in the Bottom CenterInternational students application materials include, but are not limited to:

  • Preferred undergraduate grade point average of 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale
  • Official transcripts from undergraduate institution and anywhere student has taken collegiate level courses
  • Two completed recommendation forms from instructor or employer (Recommendations from family members are not accepted)
  • Statement of intent
  • Resume or C.V. (Curriculum Vitae)
  • Official TOEFL scores (Internet based score requirements: 80 total, minimum of 20 in each section)
  • Official course-by-course WES evaluation (or other NACES member, including SpanTran - a Xavier University partner)
  • If applicable: Change of School Report

For students requesting support from Xavier University for an F-1 student visa, students must submit the following documents:

  1. A copy of the information page of your passport
  2. Sponsor Financial Statement Form (http://www.xavier.edu/international-admission/documents/5FinancialSponsorStatementForm.pdf)
    • -- An official bank statement showing the Financial Requirements minus any scholarships you may have received.
      -- The official bank statement must be original. Scanned/emailed, faxed, or photocopied documents sent in the mail will not be accepted
  3. If you are currently enrolled in as a student in F-1 status at an institution of higher education in the United States, please submit the SEVIS RECORD TRANSFER FORM (http://www.xavier.edu/international-admission/documents/TransferInRequestForm.pdf)
  4. If you are currently in the United States in a different visa category and would like to change to F-1 status, please contact the Center for International Education for more information. international@xavier.edu

The following are also highly recommended, though not required:

  • Accounting course
  • Economics course
  • Statistics course
  • Computer literacy course including working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel

All of the above items must be submitted by January 1 in order for your application to be considered for admission for the same fall. Once your initial application has been accepted for review, additional information may be requested.

Please be aware that the deadline for international students is January 1 of the same year the student wants to enroll. All completed applications must be in the MHSA office at that time. Please email hellkampal@xavier.edu for a list of required documents.

International applicants who have not submitted a complete application (see above for required documents) by the deadline will not be granted an I-20.

Please visit Xavier's international graduate student admissions page for more detailed information about applying as an international graduate student.  For additional information regarding approved credential evaluation services, please visit https://www.xavier.edu/international-admission/credential-evaluation.