BS Healthcare Administration: Admissions

Program Requirements

We take great pride in the rigor of our curriculum and our students' thirst for success. Setting the bar high in our program admissions requirements helps maintain those standards from the beginning. All are outlined below for you to begin your application.

Part 1: Apply to ADU

To become a student here at ADU, you must first apply to the school itself. We offer processes tailored for every kind of student, whether you're straight out of high school or interested in online learning. Check out your admissions requirements before applying to a specific program.

Part 2: Apply to the Healthcare Administration Program

Acceptance into the Bachelor of Science in Healthcare Administration program is contingent on students meeting the general requirements for admission into Adventist University of Health Sciences. View general admissions requirements →

  • Apply to the Program
    Submit the Healthcare Administration Program Application once admitted to the University, available at
  • Minimum GPA
    Have a minimum GPA of 2.70 on a minimum of 24 college credits. GPAs presented to the Admissions Committee for each applicant will be a cumulative record of all college-level work.
  • ACT Scores
    Have a minimum ACT composite score of 19 or a minimum combined score of 910 on the SAT and an ACT English score of 22.
  • Recommendations

    Submit two recommendations on ADU Recommendation Forms. If an applicant to an undergraduate program has completed at least one trimester at Adventist University of Health Sciences before being admitted to a program, one of the two recommendations must come from any Adventist University faculty member, adjunct professor, tutoring coordinator, chaplain, or academic coach/advisor. Special recommendation forms for this requirement are available in the Office of Enrollment Services.

    ADU Undergraduate Recommendation Form (PDF) →


Not quite ready to apply? Check out even more details about the BS Healthcare Administration program to help guide you.

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