For additional information, log onto the Office of Graduate Studies website by clicking here.
Information for International Students
Admission to graduate study requires a bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited institution or foreign institution with a degree that is equivalent to a U.S. bachelor's degree.
The online application allows you to upload all materials, including supplemental items. The application will also allow you to upload unofficial copies of academic transcripts and test scores, but official copies must be received as part of the application process.
The on-line application will show you any available terms for the program you select. If a term is not listed, applications are not currently being accepted by that program.
Transcripts, Diploma, and Degree Certificate
You must submit one (1) official transcript from each post-secondary institution attended, regardless of whether or not a degree was earned or the credits are reflected on a separate transcript as transfer credit. If original documents are not in English, you must also provide an official, certified copy of all documents translated into English. Failure to provide all documents will result in delays in processing your application materials. To be considered official, all documents must be official or attested (stamped and signed) by the Registrar or equivalent office, and submitted in envelopes sealed by the issuing institution if possible. Transcripts from US or Canadian institutions must arrive in envelopes sealed by the issuing institution or from an institution's official electronic transcript service.