Some, but not all, of our graduate programs have specific application deadlines. Those departments that do not have specific deadlines listed use rolling admissions, which means you may apply any time before August 1 for fall term admissions (June 1 for international applicants) and December 15 for spring term admissions (October 15 for international applicants). These are the dates by which your applications must be complete, meaning that all required documentation must be received in the Graduate School by these dates.
Consideration for financial aid will begin on the date of the application deadline. If the department does not have a deadline, then application files must be complete by February 15 for fall admission/financial aid (November 15 for spring term admission/financial aid; April 15 for summer term admission/financial aid).
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|Biological Sciences||Although no official deadline exists for the master's or the doctoral programs, completed applications should be received by Dec. 15 for full consideration. Applications for admission received after this date will be considered as space permits.|
|Biomedical Engineering||Rolling admission|
|Civil Engineering||Rolling admission|
|Clinical and Translational Rehabilitation Health Science||Students typically begin their studies in the fall of each academic year. Admission is on a rolling basis, and applicants are encouraged to apply early.|
|Clinical Mental Health Counseling||Feb. 1|
|Clinical Psychology||Dec. 1|
|Computational Sciences||Jan. 15|
|Counseling Psychology||Dec. 1|
Feb. 1 for dental biomaterials programs to be considered for the fall entry class. Spring semester entry is possibly every other year (even years). The program director notifies admitted students regarding the starting date for their program.
July 15 for the advanced specialty program in endodontics starting in June of the following year.
August 1 for the periodontics program starting in June of the following year.
Sept. 1 for orthodontics and prosthodontics programs starting in June of the following year.
Oct. 1 for first round interviews for the AEGD program starting in July of the following year. Applications will be accepted beyond this deadline until all available AEGD positions are filled.
|Educational Policy and Leadership||For master's applicants: Since start terms for College of Education cohorts vary by program, students should seek advice from department personnel regarding specific application deadlines.
Doctoral applicants: Jan. 15. Applicant files must be completed by this date for admission consideration to the doctoral program. Applicants will be notified by Mar. 15.
|Electrical and Computer Engineering||Rolling admission|
|Foreign Languages and Literatures||
|Functional Imaging||Rolling admission|
|Healthcare Technologies Management||Rolling admission|
|History||To be considered for admission, all application requirements must be completed and received in the Graduate School by January 11, 2016 for students seeking to matriculate in fall 2016.|
|Interdisciplinary Ph.D.||Rolling admission|
No official deadline exists for the political science or international affairs master's programs. However, applications submitted after the Graduate School's official financial aid deadlines will be considered only as space permits, even if the applicant is not requesting financial aid. The deadlines for financial aid consideration are Feb. 15 for the following fall term and Nov. 15 for the following spring term.
|Mathematics for Secondary School Teachers||Rolling Admission; however applicants should allow at least one month for application process to be completed after all materials have been submitted.|
|Mechanical Engineering||Rolling Admission|
|Neuroscience||Although no official deadline exists for the program, completed applications should be received by December 15th for full consideration. Applications for admission received after this date will be considered as space permits.|
|Non-Profit Sector Administration||This program is on indefinite hiatus and is not currently accepting applications for future terms.|
Nov. 15 - For spring admission: M.S.N., post-master’s certificates, and Ph.D. program
Dec. 15- For summer admission: direct entry program for non-nurses
Feb. 15 - For fall admission: M.S.N., post-master’s certificates, Ph.D., and D.N.P. programs
Ph.D. and D.N.P. applicants who apply after the Feb. 15 deadline will be considered on a space-available basis for fall admission, provided their application is complete by June 1.
M.S.N. and post-master’s certificate applicants are not eligible for summer admission, and D.N.P. applicants must begin their program in fall.
|Philosophy||Feb. 15 for the following fall term. Applications for admission received after this date will be considered as space permits.|
|Political Science||No official deadline exists for the political science or international affairs master's programs. However, applications submitted after the Graduate School's official financial aid deadlines will be considered only as space permits, even if the applicant is not requesting financial aid. The deadlines for financial aid consideration are Feb. 15 for the following fall term and Nov. 15 for the following spring term.|
|Public Service||Rolling admission|
|Religious Studies||Dec. 15 for fall admission and financial aid consideration. Applicants will be notified by March 31. Doctoral students may only begin their program (religious studies) in fall.|
Jan. 15 for the following fall term. Students admitted to the speech-language pathology program are not permitted to defer their admission.
The deadline to notify the SPLA department that you accept the offer of admission for the fall term is April 15. For the spring term, you must apply by December 15. Please note that the SPLA program is not accepting applications for the spring 2016 semester.
Dec. 15 for fall admission and financial aid consideration for the M.A. in Theology program. Applicants not competing for financial aid may apply up to May 15. Master of arts students may only begin their program in fall or summer.
No official deadline exists for the master of arts in Christian doctrine (M.A.C.D.). Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis, and admitted students may begin their program in summer, fall or spring.
|Transfusion Medicine||Rolling admission|