Degree: A degree that is academically equivalent to a UBC 4-year Bachelor’s degree.
GPA: At least four years of study with a B+ average (76% or higher) in third and fourth year-level course work.
Quantitative skills: Applicants must demonstrate proficiency in quantitative skills. There are three ways to meet this requirement:
(1) final grade of B+ (76%) on an approved undergraduate (or graduate) university-level mathematics or statistics course (*refer to more details below)
(2) minimum scores from a Graduate Record Exam (GRE)*, or equivalent, taken within the last 5 years, OR
(3) complete the MHA Statistics and Quantitative Analysis Prep course and present the certificate of completion with your application (*refer to details below)
*MHA STATISTICS AND QUANTITATIVE PREP COURSE
Upon evaluation of an applicant’s application package, the MHA Admissions committee could recommend the successful completion (achieve 76% or more) of the MHA statistics prep course as a condition to full admission if the university-level mathematics or statistics course was completed over 10 years ago.
The MHA Statistics and Quantitative Analysis Prep is a self-paced, online course available to non-UBC students whose post-secondary credentials are from a Canadian institution or who have relevant Canadian work experience. This course fulfills the quantitative requirement for MHA admissions for these applicants. Applicants with international post-secondary credentials are required to submit the GRE or GMAT scores.
To register in the MHA Statistics and Quantitative Analysis online course, click HERE.