A graduate application must:
1. have a bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution or the equivalent from a foreign college or university;
2. demonstrate evidence at a level consistent with that expected of graduate level candidates and career objectives consistent with the objectives of the program for which the prospective student is applying; and
3. have a 2.5 G.P.A or above. If an applicant’s undergraduate G.P.A. is less than 2.5, extensive review and approval from the Admissions Committee is required.
The administration of the University reserves the right to waive certain admission standards in exceptional cases and to provide conditional status to such students.
In addition to completing the general application, the prospective student must arrange for the Admissions Office to receive the following:
- Official transcript so fall undergraduate and graduate work completed. The official transcript should be sent directly to CUSF from institutions previously attended and affixed with the institution’s seal(s). Transcripts submitted by a student need to be in a sealed envelope bearing the official seal.
- Completed/signed application form;
- Non-refundable $75 application fee;
- Two letters of recommendation from the applicant's professors, employers, or graduate counselors