Cardiac Function & Interventional Technology
ENTRY POINT: Fall
COURSE CREDIT HOURS: 36
COMPLETION TIME: 10 months
APPLICATION DEADLINE: Extended to May 8, 2022 - limited spaces remaining
- Complete the online application.
- Request official transcripts* be sent directly from previous institutions to CFIT@harding.edu
- Bachelor’s degree from an institution accredited by an agency nationally recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation.
- Official GRE test results
- Two letters of recommendation
- A resume
- A personal statement (400-500 words)
- AED/CPR/First Aid certification
*Note: Harding alumni and current students do not need to request Harding transcripts as they are on file.
ADDITIONAL ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS
- Minimum GPA of 3.0 (unless otherwise approved by program faculty)
- Evidence of successful completion of the following prerequisites from an institution accredited by an agency nationally recognized by the U.S. Department of Education or the Council for Higher Education Accreditation:
- 8 credit hours in Human Anatomy & Physiology I and II (4 credit hours each)
- OR one anatomy course and one physiology course (4 credit hours each)
- OR equivalent work experience at discretion of program faculty
- Onsite interview preferable (exceptions can be made at discretion of program faculty) with completed application packet
- With official acceptance, students are required to attend a one-week pre-semester training and must successfully pass:
- Surface electrocardiogram exam
Note: Transfer work is not accepted for this master’s program.
Please direct any questions to:
Department of Cardiac Function & Interventional Technology
Graduate Financial Aid
Financial aid is available to most Harding graduate and professional degree students in the form of graduate assistantships, federal and private loans, veterans programs, and vocational rehabilitation programs. Additionally, many employers may offer tuition assistance.
Visit Graduate Financial Aid for contacts and options.
Students who speak English as a second language, and have not previously completed an undergraduate degree from an accredited American college or university must meet a minimum score on a nationally recognized test of English language proficiency such as the TOEFL or IELTS. However, in lieu of these exams, professional programs in the health sciences may assess such students with an interview and/or a writing exam.
Minimum TOEFL scores acceptable for admission to the University are 550 (paper-based test), 213 (computer-based test) or 79 (internet-based test). The minimum IELTS score is 6.0. Scores must not be older than two years prior to the date of application to the University. Please note that individual programs may have more stringent minimum requirements.