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Matriculated Applicants

Prospective students who wish to pursue a master's degree, post-master's certificate of advanced study, or advanced graduate certificate should apply as a matriculated student. Students applying for entry into our programs must have earned a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university prior to beginning graduate study.

Matriculated Applicants:

  • Must complete and submit an online degree application with a non-refundable application fee (MasterCard, Visa, Discover are accepted), as well as any required Part II application materials. Applications are processed by The Graduate School on a continuing basis and are reviewed electronically by a departmental graduate admission committee. Although each program has a specific application deadline, late applications are welcomed and will be considered on a space-available basis. Applicants may be offered one of two types of admission:
  1. Regular Admission: Matriculation into a degree program without reservation. 

  2. Conditional Admission: Matriculation into a degree program on a conditional basis. Conditionally admitted applicants will be apprised in writing of the specific courses (up to 12 credits) they need to take and the minimum grade they need to earn in order to achieve regular admission status.

Applicants will receive an official letter of admission from The Graduate School. Any other correspondence regarding admission from an academic department is not considered official.

Matriculated Students:

  • Have been admitted to a program of a study leading to a master's degree, post-master's certificate of advance study, or advanced graduate certificate.

  • Have submitted a reply form to accept offer along with $200 tuition deposit.

  • Are assigned a faculty advisor from the appropriate academic department to guide them and ensure they meet the program requirements. It is important to note that final responsibility for meeting all graduate requirements remains with the individual student.

  • Are responsible for adhering to current college and graduate policies.

Last Updated 8/21/14