Exclusive to the Army Reserve Medical Command
The criteria for admission to the program will be an undergraduate degree in any major, an adequate score on the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) or Graduate Record Examination (GRE), and demonstrated leadership capability in the applicant's chosen field.
Students will be admitted through a joint competitive selection process conducted by Fisher faculty and Army Reserve Medical Command personnel.
This process will include strength of undergraduate preparation, supporting letters of recommendation/reference, personal essays, relevant work experience, and Army Reserve Medical Command mission needs.
Contact all educational institutions you have attended and request two official transcripts of all degree course work completed (both undergraduate and graduate) be sent directly to:
If you have transcripts sent to you they must be sent to David Widdifield in their original sealed envelopes. Transcripts not received in their original sealed envelope will not be accepted.
Transfer credit appearing on another school’s transcript does not constitute an official record and will not be accepted. Transcripts for course work or degrees received from The Ohio State University can be obtained internally.
If an student graduated from an Ohio high school and will be a resident of Ohio as of the first day of the term attending, a student will be considered an Ohio resident whether they lived in Ohio prior to the beginning of the term or not. Ohio State will adopt this policy beginning January 1, 2012, and it will not be retroactive.
Students will need to submit a high school diploma to the Registrar once the term has begun to have their residency and fees adjusted at that time. This determination is made by the Registrar, not Admissions, and cannot be set prior to the beginning of the term.