Admissions & Financial Aid
Apply by July 1 for Fall admittance, and December 1 for Spring admittance.
Prepare yourself for a career developing and managing programs for the aging population.
Begin by reviewing the university's general application requirements for graduation admission.
If you are an international applicant, please see additional requirements.
GREs are NOT required for this program.
All students must have an undergraduate degree to register for a course or get permission from the instructor.
Please note that your application may be delayed if your current last name is different than the last name on your transcripts or other application materials. If this is the case, please email firstname.lastname@example.org, to alert admissions officers.
Include a brief cover letter indicating you would like to be considered for admission
Statement of Purpose
Attach a three to four page essay/letter of intent on your experiences and why you wish to enter our program.
Submit official transcripts from each college or university you attended, even if you were not awarded a degree.
You must demonstrate evidence of a bachelor's degree and minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0.
The GRE is NOT required for this program. You may provide your official GRE Score Report, if you have one.
Our institutional code is 3924 when you register for the exam.
Letters of Recommendation
Submit two letters of recommendation from people familiar with your academic abilities.
A 1-2 page summary of your work history.
Don't forget to include the application fee.