Master's Admission Criteria
You are required to possess a bachelor’s degree or higher from a regionally or nationally accredited institution or the international equivalent. Some programs may require additional documentation or verification of experience.
You will be admitted to the University after you have submitted the online application for admission, verified that you possess a bachelor's degree or higher, and that you meet any additional admission requirements per your intended program. After you are accepted to the University, there are often documents that will need to become part of your student record. An admissions representative is available to walk you through all the follow-up steps and discuss any documentation you will need to submit to get started.