Admission Information For Graduate Students
- To be admitted into a graduate program at Edgewood College, the applicant must hold a bachelor's degree from an institution accredited by one of the U.S. regional accreditation associations (or equivalent for international students), with a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 on a 4.00 scale.
- At least one month before the beginning of the term of intended registration, the applicant is responsible for having the following in the Edgewood College Graduate Programs Office:
- A completed application form for admission to the Graduate Programs.
- A $25 non-refundable application fee payable online at the time your application is submitted to cover the processing of credentials.
- Official transcripts from ALL undergraduate and graduate institutions from which the applicant has earned credits (to be sent directly to the Graduate Programs Office by the institution).
- Two letters of recommendation to be written by college or university professors, supervisors, and/or professional colleagues; ask your recommendors to focus on their evaluation of your probability of success in graduate school, citing specific reasons why you will be successful.
- A written statement (on page 2 of the online application) by the applicant listing the reasons why you think you will be successful in graduate school; cite how specific background experiences will help make you a successful student.
- For international students: a packet listing additional required information is available from the Graduate Office
- Some graduate programs have additional admission criteria. Review the program's brochure for admission and prerequisite information.
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