Applicants for admission to a graduate degree program must meet at least two minimal requirements:
Additional prerequisite requirements, standards for admission, and evidence of suitability for advanced study are required by individual programs.
Students seeking admission should contact the Office of Admission and should carefully review the admissions requirements for their particular academic program. Full admission refers to acceptance as a matriculated graduate student. Full admission is a formal process which takes approximately two weeks from the time all necessary admission materials have been submitted. Students who do not complete the admission process cannot gain full admission status to the program.
Prospective students must submit the following to the Office of Admission:
* – The College strongly encourages you to call the Office of Admission to arrange to meet with an admission counselor. Generally, a personal interview will be required. For out-of-state students, a telephone interview may be substituted.
The Office of Admissions adheres to a rolling admission policy. It is strongly recommended that all admission materials are submitted at time of application or within 30 days thereof.