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Graduate Degrees ADMISSION REQUIREMENTS

Graduate Admission Requirements

We accept admission applications for our online master’s degree programs throughout the year. Evaluation of each candidate’s application is based on the following:

Application completed and signed.

$75 Application Fee nonrefundable

Official Transcript(s)
Bachelor’s degree with a 3.0 GPA or higher or foreign credential equivalent established by a third-party evaluation agency, or a master’s degree from an institution accredited by an agency recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. Students with a 2.0 GPA or above will be accepted on a provisional basis and fully accepted upon achieving a CGPA of 3.0 in the first two classes.

Personal Statement (approximately one to two pages) describing how the Program will assist the applicant to achieve personal and/or professional goals.

Current Résumé (Reflecting 4 years of work experience)

Personal Interview generally conducted via telephone.

The Program Chair for the specific graduate program or another qualified College administrator will evaluate and approve applications to ensure that admissions requirements have been satisfied. For good cause shown, at the discretion of the Program Chair, institutional admissions requirements may be waived or altered upon written approval by the Program Chair.

Neither the Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) nor the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) are required. However, you can submit those scores to strengthen your admission application.

For more information, please see Cambridge College Global on page 281 of the College Catalog.

International Students - See International Students on page 57 of the College Catalog and follow instructions at www.cambridgecollege.edu/prospective-international-students to meet additional requirements, including official demonstration of English language proficiency.

General Requirements - Computer and Internet Access

To participate in an online course, students must have access to a fully-functional laptop or desktop computer that can play audio and video. While students may be able to use a portable device (cell phones, tablets or “books”) to complete some of their coursework, other courses will require the use of downloaded software or web-based tools that are not compatible with portable devices. Access to Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint) and a broadband Internet connection is required to participate in discussions, complete assignments, access readings, transfer course work, and receive feedback from faculty.

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