Individuals seeking regular full admission to a graduate program must meet the minimum admission requirements for the Graduate Programs and any additional requirements of the program. To meet the minimum requirements for admission to the Graduate Programs an applicant must provide evidence of:
A bachelor's degree or its equivalent from an acceptable accredited college or university. Individuals who have not yet completed the baccalaureate degree may submit transcripts for course work completed, along with application materials. Final transcripts noting the completion of the degree will be required.
A minimum quality-point average (QPA) of 2.75/4.0 at the undergraduate level. Some programs require a higher undergraduate QPA. Please review the program admission requirements. Click Here for Admission Requirements
Individuals not meeting the QPA requirement of a graduate program may be eligible for regular admission when the lower QPA is evaluated in terms of supplementary factors, including recommendations/references, examination scores on such instruments as the Graduate Record Examination, Graduate Management Admission Test, and/or the Miller Analogies Test, or achievement in graduate-level course work.
Information regarding the Miller Analogies Test (MAT), the Graduate Record Examination (GRE), and the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) may be obtained from the graduate Programs office.