Admissions, Tuition and Financial Aid
1.LOM in Healthcare applicants may apply with a high school diploma, GED and/or *may transfer credits from other schools or colleges. An enrollment counselor will work with applicants to develop an individualized academic plan for degree completion.
- High School Transcripts or a GED are required to apply. Credits may be transferred from accredited technical, community,
or four-year institutions.
- College-Level Examination Program (CLEP) or DSST (formerly Defense Activity for Nontraditional Students or DANTES) testing is also an alternative to obtaining credit.
2. A cumulative GPA of 2.0 or above for applicants who have completed a minimum of 20 semester hours of college-level
coursework. If that minimum has not been met, applicants may demonstrate a high school
diploma with 2.6 GPA or GED equivalency and SAT (980 combined score) or ACT (19 composite
3. Submission of a satisfactory writing sample.
4. Admissions interview.
* If the student is transferring in previous academic work, EMU makes the process easy by recognizing previous college courses and experiences. Students are personally guided through the evaluation and admissions process by a dedicated Advisor who is trained to assess the unique academic, professional and practical experience the student may possess.
Tuition and Financial Aid
Cost is always a factor and a concern for each student. The LOM in Healthcare is competitively priced. Federal Direct Student Loans and other financial aid options are available. Since the program is designed for the student to join the workforce quickly, tuition reimbursement programs may be available through an employer.
Tuition: $445 per credit
$12 per semester hour for 1-8 semester hours
$100 for 9 or more semester hours.
Any student enrolling in the LOM in Healthcare for fall of 2022 will be eligible for an “Inaugural Enrollment Grant” of $500 per semester throughout the program (A financial Advisor will provide details and eligibility.)