Set Your Path
Welcome to learning about Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) graduate programs. It is important to carefully choose which program is the right fit, and will be best suited for your academic and professional goals. You should review each program in depth through the Admission Requirements and Program Start Dates page. Know the differences between a Post-Baccalaureate Degree, Master’s Degree, Post Master’s Degree and Doctoral Degree. Reach out to the admissions team, , and academic advisors to answer questions you have. Want to check out a live class? Join us on campus for a class observation to know what it would be like to take that course. Our Open House happens each Spring and Fall.
Preparing Application Materials
MUIH applicants can apply online, attaching all required materials. To be considered, you must meet the criteria set by your program. Once all application materials are submitted, admissions advisors from each program review completed applications. To complete the full application:
- Look at your program’s requirement list and carefully read through the general school requirements.
- Take note of deadlines to submit an application. Each program has its own application deadline. For some programs, there is rolling admission, and an application can be submitted at any time.
- Complete the online application.
- Submit any supplemental resources required by your intended program and MUIH.
- Send transcript(s), Resume’s and Letters of Recommendation. Note: Once these documents are submitted, they become the property of Maryland University of Integrative Health (MUIH) and will neither be returned to you, nor sent to another institution.
Send Supplemental Resources to our Postal Address:
Maryland University of Integrative Health
ATTN: Graduate Admissions Office
7750 Montpelier Road
Laurel, MD 20723
Final Deadline Application Submissions
Applications will still be accepted and reviewed after the priority application deadline has passed. There will be an increased application fee for applications submitted after the priority application deadline. If the intended start date of the application is no longer available, due to the class being filled, the applicant will be notified by the Office of Graduate Admissions, and their application may be considered for the next available start date. We recommend getting your application in as early as possible, as this allows for new students to register for classes before they fill up, speak with faculty members regarding any questions they have for the course, observe the syllabus, purchase books and needed resources and meet other new students in the program.
Review & Decision Process
Once the Office of Graduate Admissions has received all required application materials, an application is considered complete and the review process begins. Applications are reviewed by faculty and by the admissions committee. This process typically will take four to six weeks, at which time an electronic letter of decision will be sent. Late applicants may be given this information over the phone or via email when required.
Offers of acceptance may be deferred one time for up to one year. Requests for deferral must be made in writing to the Office of Graduate Admissions. Students who request a deferral will be required to pay the tuition deposit in order to hold their space in the program. If a student with a deferred acceptance does not enroll within one year, that fee is forfeited.