While the requirements for admission to various programs may differ slightly, these general requirements and procedures apply to all applicants.
Applicants for graduate study must hold a bachelor’s degree or a master’s degree (for doctoral programs) from a regionally accredited college or university and demonstrate the motivation, ability, and preparation to successfully pursue graduate study. While personal interviews with graduate admission counselors are not required for most programs as part of the admission procedure, they are encouraged as an opportunity for the applicant to become better acquainted with the program and application process. Applicants may request an interview with the program director as well.
The admissions committee of each program, the graduate program director, and the director of graduate admissions will make an admission decision based upon records of undergraduate achievement, prior graduate work (if appropriate), letters of recommendation, and other supporting documentation where required.
Admission requirements for the doctoral programs (executive leadership, nursing practice, and pharmacy) differ from the other graduate programs. Please refer to each program for specific information.