New to Monmouth Students' Requirements
Graduates of accredited colleges and universities with a baccalaureate degree, whose records show evidence of ability to do graduate work, may apply for admission. Admission to graduate programs is based on the student’s undergraduate record, particularly in the major; scores on appropriate admission tests; and other supporting documentation as required. Graduate program directors determine admission decisions.
- Complete and submit the online application for admission along with a nonrefundable $50 application fee to the Office of Admission Processing.
- Send official undergraduate transcripts from all previously attended institutions to the Office of Admission Processing.
- Send official graduate transcripts (if any) from other previously attended institutions to the Office of Admission Processing.
- Refer to descriptions of the individual graduate programs for additional procedures, if any, unique to the program.
Graduate Application Deadlines
|July 15||Fall Semester|
|December 1||Spring Semester|
|May 1||Summer Sessions|
|Qualified applicants are given consideration after these deadlines on a space-available basis.|
|Speech-Language Pathology||Summer Start|
|Master of Social Work (MSW)||Fall Start|
|Physician Assistant Program||Fall Start|
|Occupational Therapy Doctorate*||Summer Start|
|*For information regarding OTD accreditation status, please visit monmouth.edu/OTD|
|Doctor of Social Work||Fall Start|
|School Nursing||Fall Start|
|Forensic Nursing||Fall Start|
|Nursing Education||Fall Start|