To The Top
Music, Doctor of Philosophy in Music Education

Application and Admission Information Application Deadlines Fall deadline: December 1 Spring deadline: October 1 Summer deadline: February 1 Minimum English Proficiency Requirements Test Type  Total Score  Reading  Listening  Speaking  Writing TOEFL Internet-based 80 17 17 17 17 TOEFL Paper-based 550 52 52 N/A 52 IELTS Academic 6.5 6 6 6 6 Required Application Materials For

Read More
Linguistics, Minor

Linguistics is the study of human language. It seeks to understand and explain the social, psychological, and structural properties of human language in a clear and formal manner. Although specialists often know more than one language, such knowledge is complementary rather than essential. Graduate degrees are not offered, but a Graduate Minor in Linguistics can be

Read More
Pathobiology (Pathology and Anatomical Sciences), Doctor of Philosophy

The Department of Pathology and Anatomical Sciences offers Doctoral (PhD) degrees with focus areas in Pathology and Anatomical Sciences, Integrative Anatomy, and Translational Bioinformatics through the Pathobiology Area Program. Admission Criteria Fall deadline: January 15 Applications for admissions have to be submitted by January 15th for Fall semester matriculation. Applications are not reviewed at other times. Minimum GRE

Read More
Textile and Apparel Management, Master of Science

About Textile & Apparel Management Programs Graduate programs in textile and apparel management offer the following areas of study: apparel product development and manufacturing; apparel marketing and merchandising; e-commerce, global sourcing and supply chain management, economic/trade issues related to textile and apparel; historical and cultural aspects of textiles and dress; and consumer marketplace concerns. Degrees

Read More
Quantitative Research, Graduate Certificate

Officially approved as: Stand Alone: Yes Degree Dependent: Yes Total Credit Hours: 18 Certificate description: The 18-hour Quantitative Research Certificate (QRC) is designed to prepare researchers and scholars to be users and critical consumers of quantitative research. Certificate holders are trained in various methods in order to conduct rigorous, scientific quantitative research. Students completing the QRC (depending on the chosen

Read More
Qualitative Research, Graduate Certificate

Officially approved as:      Stand Alone:  No   Degree Dependent:   Yes Total Credit Hours:  18 beyond 3 hour prerequisite Time to Completion: 24 months Certificate Description:  Academic disciplines ranging from sociology, psychology, education, agricultural sciences, communication and media studies are increasingly turning to new and complex forms of research. Qualitative research methodologies, which utilize techniques such as interviews, focus

Read More
Romance Languages with Language Teaching Emphasis, Master of Arts

Admission Criteria Fall deadline: February 15 Spring deadline: October 15 Candidates for the MA must hold a Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent) with a grade point average of 3.0 or better in their major field of study. They must also demonstrate adequate preparation in advanced language and literature courses for admission. This will normally be four

Read More
Anthropology, Doctor of Philosophy

Admission Criteria Fall deadline: January 10 Spring deadline: October 15 Minimum GPA: 3.5 in previous graduate work Master’s degree A faculty who is a member of the doctoral faculty must agree, as a condition of admission, to accept the student as a PhD advisee. These qualifications apply to all applicants, including those with an MA

Read More
Anthropology, Master of Arts

Admission Criteria Fall deadline: January 10 Spring deadline: October 15 Minimum GPA: 3.25 in last 60 hours and in all anthropology courses Some of these requirements may be waived in exceptional cases. Acceptance into the graduate program in anthropology is not limited to students with undergraduate degrees in anthropology. Minimum GRE scores Test Type  Verbal+Quantitative  Analytical GRE

Read More
History, Master of Arts

Admission criteria Fall deadline: mid-January (consult department website for exact date) Minimum GPA: 3.0 in last 60 hours BA or BS degree GPA of 3.3 in undergraduate history courses, and at least 18 hours in history Minimum English Proficiency Requirements Test Type  Total Score  Reading  Listening  Speaking  Writing TOEFL Internet-based 80 17 17 17 17 TOEFL Paper-based

Read More