This is your first step toward making your dreams come true for your future. Whether it's to advance your current career, start a new career path, or simply continue that lifelong love of learning, Indiana Wesleyan University is the place for you.
Official transcripts are required from all universities and/or colleges attended which must show the baccalaureate degree conferred and any graduate coursework completed. Indiana Wesleyan University will accept for its permanent file only those transcripts sent in a sealed envelope directly to IWU by the registrar of the attended institution(s). Official transcripts must exhibit the official seal and signature of the registrar. Transcripts that are stamped “student copy,” “issued to student,” or “unofficial” cannot be accepted as official.
College Transcripts from Non-U.S. SchoolsFor college transcripts from non-U.S. schools, secure a “Course-by-Course Report” from Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) or World Education Services (WES). Be sure to request that the report be sent directly to us at the address below. The evaluation must list course-by-course hours and grades.
Applicants should take the General Test of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE). Please request a copy of your GRE scores to be sent to the address listed below. (The Indiana Wesleyan University institutional code is R1446.) Additional GRE information can be obtained by contacting Educational Testing Services at 609-771-7670 or visiting their Web site.
Three professional recommendations are required from persons qualified to judge your expertise, character, and capacity for graduate-level learning. At least one recommendation must be from a professor and one from a healthcare provider. You must use the forms that are provided.
Please provide a 500 to 750 word double-spaced, typewritten document explaining your interest in the profession, what you hope to achieve by completing the program, and how your personal or professional background relates to your interests or goals. The essay’s content and the clarity of writing will be assessed as part of the admissions process.
Other aspects of an applicant’s record, such as educational achievement, professional experience and clarity of career goals should be reflected in a resume. Generally admissions decisions are based on an overall assessment of the adequacy of an applicant’s preparation and desire for the successful completion of a graduate course of study in Athletic Training.
The Master of Science Athletic Training program technical standards document establishes the qualities necessary for students admitted to this program to achieve the knowledge, skills, and competencies of an entry-level certified athletic trainer, as well as prepare the students to successfully challenge the Board of Certification’s (BOC) certification examination. All athletic training students applying to the MSAT must meet the technical standards and expectations in order to gain acceptance into our program. Students may request accommodation to one or more standards based upon disability. Such accommodation will be provided with verification, in accordance with University rules, state and federal statutes. All prospective students must sign and date the Technical Standards Evaluation form and are required to update their signature if their health status changes. A health care provider may be requested to evaluate your ability to meet the technical standards using this form.
Submit a copy of your TOEFL scores if English is not your primary language. For more information about this test, visit www.toefl.org or a copy of your ELTS score.
Please contact your program representative if you have any questions.