In order to be considered for enrollment in the Master of Science in Orthopaedic Regulatory and Clinical Affairs program at Grace, you must fulfill certain admissions requirements. Below is a list of the requirements for the programs.
- A completed application (includes two 300-500 word essays)
- A Bachelor’s degree
- Professional Reference
- GPA: 3.0 minimum
After all parts of your application have been completed and received in our enrollment office, your application will be reviewed by the Admissions Committee.
Step 1 – Online Application
Step 2 – Transcript Request
Submit official transcripts from ALL postsecondary institutions that you have attended. The transcripts must come directly from the school and can be sent electronically to firstname.lastname@example.org or mailed to:
School of Professional & Online Education
200 Seminary Drive
Winona Lake, Indiana 46590
Step 3 – Professional Reference Form
Email this Professional Reference link to someone who can comment on your professional character (eg. supervisor, recent employer, etc. No family members, please.)
Step 4 – Resume
Email an up-to-date resume to email@example.com. In addition to employment, please include any volunteer experience relevant to the helping profession.
When all of the steps have been completed, you will be advised of the Admissions Committee’s decision. The Admissions Committee may request that you submit additional materials and/or that you interview with a representative of the college.
Tuition and Costs
- Per credit hour: $588
Frequently Asked Questions
- How many credit hours is the degree? 36 credit hours
- How long will it take to complete the degree? The average time that a student takes to complete the degree is four semesters.
- Does Grace College accept financial aid? Yes! Students are encouraged to complete the FAFSA form. Just log onto www.fafsa.ed.gov. Remember to include Grace College’s school code, which is 001800. Students are notified of their financial aid award money once they have been accepted into the program. For more information, please visit the Financial Aid website.
Email the School of Professional and Online Education or call 888-249-0533.