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Graduate Certificate in Patient Safety, Error Science and Full Disclosure – Apply Now
Thank you for your interest in applying to the UIC Graduate Certificate in Patient Safety, Error Science and Full Disclosure online program. This section of the Web site provides all the necessary instructions to successfully complete an application for admission to the program. If you have any questions regarding eligibility, deadlines, requirements or the admissions process, we encourage you to contact the PSL Online Admissions Team via e-mail (firstname.lastname@example.org) or by phone at (866) 772-2268, option 1.
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In order to be considered for admission to the online graduate certificate program, applicants must have a:
- Minimum of a bachelor’s degree.
- Cumulative undergraduate GPA of 2.75 (on a 4.0 scale), as well as in the last 60 hours of undergraduate coursework.
- Cumulative graduate GPA of 2.75 (on a 4.0 scale), if graduate coursework has been completed.
- Strong commitment to the field of patient safety and interest in improving the quality of healthcare.
You are required to submit the items below in order to be considered for admission to the Graduate Certificate in Patient Safety, Error Science and Full Disclosure online program.
- Online UIC graduate application and application fee
- Unofficial transcripts or proof of degree
- International credential evaluation fee, if applicable
- Personal statement
- Current resume or curriculum vitae
Additional information on these items is provided below. Please follow each step in the application carefully as mistakes can delay the processing of your application.
Once your application is reviewed, you’ll be notified by your advisor of any additional documents that are required.
Visit the UIC Graduate Application page and select the Campus Certificate – Patient Safety, Error Science & Full Disclosure* program from the drop down menu under Graduate & Professional Programs. Click on Application and create a log in. Complete and submit the application along with the $70 non-refundable application fee.
Approximately 2-3 days after you submit your application, you will receive an e-mail acknowledging receipt of your application and instructing you to log in to the system to begin uploading your materials.
Upload unofficial transcripts or proof of your bachelor’s degree, in PDF format, (with the exception of UIC transcripts, which will be added for you by the UIC Office of Admissions). An unofficial transcript is defined as an official transcript that has been sent to you, either on paper or electronically, by the Registrar’s Office of an institution, which you then upload into the application system. Online academic histories and advising/degree audit documents obtained through student web portals cannot be accepted.
Note: Do not have official transcripts sent to UIC during the application process.
If you are an international applicant or have taken foreign coursework, please refer to the foreign credential guidelines on the International Admission Requirements Web page. An international credential evaluation fee of $30 is assessed to any applicant presenting coursework taken outside the United States. The evaluation fee must be paid after submission of the application.
This document should describe your interest or any related experience in the field of patient safety and your goals related to patient safety leadership. Responses are typically two pages in length and should include no fewer than three references/citations. Email the personal statement to your Admissions Advisor at email@example.com.
5. Current Resume or Curriculum Vitae
Your resume or CV should show your work history, including both full-time work and any substantive internships or part-time employment. Email your resume or CV to your Admissions Advisor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
International Applicants Only
To view specific transcript/documentation requirements by country, visit International Admission Requirements.
TOEFL or IELTS Scores
Minimum scores required for the TOEFL: Internet based test (IBT) total score of 80 with subsection minimum requirements of writing 21, speaking 20, listening 17, and reading 19; computer-based test score of 213; paper-based test score of 550.
Minimum scores required for IELTS: 6.5 total with subsection minimum requirements of listening 6; writing 6; reading 6; speaking 6.
TOEFL scores must be submitted directly from the Educational Testing Service to the UIC Office of Academic & Enrollment Services using institutional code 1851.
IELTS scores must be submitted directly from the International English Language Testing System to the UIC Office of Academic & Enrollment Services using institutional code 001851. Evidence of attendance at a U.S. institution for at least 2 years of full-time study.
English Proficiency Requirement Exemptions
- Evidence of attendance at a U.S. institution for at least 2 years of full-time study.
- A letter from a U.S. employer stating that you are proficient in the use of English and that you have been employed at the establishment full-time for at least 1 year.
- Two years’ education or one year’s employment in a country where English is the only official language, e.g. the United Kingdom, Australia or Canada (excluding Quebec).