The Greenlee School reviews applications to its master’s program on a rolling basis.
In general, all applicants must meet the following admission standards:
- An undergraduate degree from an accredited institution of higher learning in a relevant course of study
- A 3.0 minimum undergraduate grade point average (GPA)
- An official GRE score on the verbal quantitative and analytical sections of the exam
- A score of 88 on the Internet-based TOEFL and media experience (for international applicants only)
In addition, applicants must provide:
- A statement in which the applicant describes his or her objectives in pursuing the master’s degree, career goals and research interests
- A resume that provides a summary of the applicant’s academic and employment history, honors and publications (if any)
- Three letters of recommendation that attest to the applicant’s aptitude for study at the graduate level
- Examples of professional and scholarly work (optional)
An applicant whose scholastic average or GRE scores do not meet the Greenlee School requirements may still be considered if the applicant presents evidence of notable professional qualifications or outstanding undergraduate academic work.
Although the Greenlee School reviews applications as they arrive, applications must be received by March 1 (for those planning to begin graduate work in August or the fall semester) and by the middle of October (for those planning to begin graduate work in January or the spring semester) in order to receive full consideration for assistantships.