Not necessarily. There may be pre-requisites you can take to satisfy the requirements for the master’s degree.
Yes, we understand required documentation may arrive at different times. No official action will be taken until required documents are received.
No. All documents submitted in connection with an application become the property of the University.
Different programs have different requirements. Visit the Standardized Test Requirements page for more information.
In most instances, your application will be processed however we cannot guarantee you will have an admissions decision in time for the next semester start. The following cohort programs have deadlines that will not be waived: Clinical Psychology (PsyD), PhD Human Development, Speech Language Pathology, School Psychology (Ed.S.), and the Certificate for Dietetics.
We require official transcripts of coursework from all colleges attended, including Marywood.
Yes. Marywood University awards a number of scholarships each year to graduate students on the basis of academic promise, and professional focus and commitment. Scholarships are available to both full-time and part-time students. Full-time status scholarship recipients must take nine credits or more per semester to maintain their scholarship. Part-time status scholarship recipients must take at least six credits each semester, both Fall and Spring, to receive scholarship funds. Additional information is available on the Graduate Financial Aid site.
You can get a reference letter from a supervisor or someone who can attest to your professional skills.
Yes, most programs allow you take 6-9 credits prior to completing the application process as an enrichment student. However, financial aid is not available until you are formally accepted.
Yes, with review and approval from the Marywood department chairperson.
On-campus housing is provided to graduate students on a very limited basis. There is no guarantee that graduate students will receive on-campus housing while attending Marywood. Graduate students who would like to be considered for on-campus housing should contact Housing and Residence Life at firstname.lastname@example.org or (570) 348-6236.