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Are you interested in pursuing further education beyond your bachelor's degree? Not sure where to start or how to decide if it's right for you?
Specific admission requirements are different for each school and program. Always confirm the specific graduate requirements and deadlines for your program of interest.
Discover the different types of graduate programs available like a master's degree, a professional master's degree, a post-master’s certificate or diploma, a doctoral degree and a post-doctoral certificate or diploma.
Ask yourself these questions before you apply for graduate school.
Once you’ve decided that graduate school is right for you, the next task is deciding which school and program will meet your needs.
The resources available include fellowships, grants, scholarships, teaching and research assistantships and needs–based financial aid.
Check out these links to graduate schools and to organizations for graduate students.
Now that you’ve figured out what you want to study and where your program is offered, it’s time to choose your school. You’ll find contact information, application dates, campus locations, and more.