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Procedures for Admissions
Applicants for admission are required to submit a completed admissions package including:
- Completion and submission of the Application for Admission
- Official transcripts from baccalaureate degree granting and all other previously attended, regionally accredited institutions
- Other components as requested by individual academic programs
- More information regarding individual graduate programs and their admissions procedures and requirements can be obtained by contacting the Graduate Admissions at (800) 325-1090.
Types of Acceptance
Evaluation of admissions material results in Full, Provisional, or No Admission status. The Graduate Studies Office will inform applicants in writing of the decision.
University Deans or designee may accept students who have not met all admission criteria on a provisional basis. Full Admission may be granted pending satisfactory completion of admission requirements outlined in the provisional acceptance.
Non-Degree Graduate Certificates or Non-Matriculating Students
Graduate Certificates may be taken as independent programs of study or as part of a graduate degree program. These programs are designed for professionals to update their skills and knowledge in specific areas. Students seeking to take graduate courses as a non-matriculating student are subject to the application requirements for non-degree applicants. Applicants for the Graduate
Certificate are required to:
- Hold a Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution (generally with a grade point average of at least 2.80 on a 4.00 scale)
- Complete an application form
- Submit a résumé
- Submit official transcripts from degree granting institutions.
- Future acceptance into a degree program requires the full admission process.
Admission as a non-matriculating student enables registration in applicable coursework for which the student has the appropriate prerequisites established. Students must be matriculated in a degree program in order to be eligible for financial aid or the awarding of a degree.