Acceptance Criteria

graduate onlineFor the most current information about the criteria used for acceptance, visit the Graduate School website and refer to your proposed department’s section for any additional requirements.  

Regular acceptance:  Applicants with a relevant bachelor’s degree from an accredited U.S. institution (or recognized international equivalent) are reviewed for acceptance by the proposed department’s graduate committee upon submittal of official transcript(s) showing all undergraduate/graduate work completed, and when required by the department, satisfactory GRE scores. Individual departments may have additional acceptance criteria. Call our office for details and to discuss your circumstances and educational goals.

Graduate, non-degree acceptance: Applicants with a bachelor’s degree may apply as a non-degree student for personal development, (re)certification or to take a limited number of courses (maximum of 12 semester credit hours in one semester) prior to enrolling in a degree program. Applicants must complete an online application, pay the application fee and submit official transcript(s) showing highest degree earned. Non-degree students who later decide to pursue a graduate degree must re-apply for admission to the Graduate School and the graduate program of interest. Contact our office for more information.

Last Updated: 9/26/17 10:39 AM