How to Apply
1. Check Your Admissions Requirements
Domestic Applicants | International Applicants
Admission is dependent on credentials that demonstrate the applicant's capacity to succeed academically at the university level.
2. Fill Out an Application
The application is available in both online and paper formats. The admissions office prefers the online application. The online application is processed faster, and the application fee is $25 less than the paper application fee. Those who apply online can also check the status of their application any time by logging back into the online application.
More Info: Online Application | Application Deadlines
3. Pay the Application Fee
Graduate admissions WILL NOT process your application or supporting documents until your application fee has been paid. The application fee is non-refundable and cannot be waived.
4. Submit Required Documents (send these together when possible)
The admissions office recommends sending all documents together in one packet. This allows you to know
for sure what has been submitted. Letters of recommendation and transcripts are considered official when
they are received in a sealed envelope with a signature across the flap.
- Transcripts & Academic Credentials
- Test Scores GRE | TOEFL (A waiver for language proficiency requirement is automatically granted to students whose education is from countries where English is the official/native language.)
- Three (3) letters of recommendation
- Resume or Curriculum Vitae (CV)
- Statement of Career Objectives
- Other documents as required by the department
5. Check the Status of Your Application Online
Check the status of your Online application for admission.