Additional Admissions Requirements for MS Applicants

In addition to completing the standard graduate degree application requirements, MS candidates must also meet or submit the items outlined below.

Accounting

  • Students who do not possess a Bachelor’s degree in Accounting must speak to a program advisor before applying.
  • Students with an accounting background may have the two foundations courses waived with permission of their academic advisor.

Applied Meteorology

  • Applications for fall semester must be received by January 31.
  • Applications for spring semester must be received by August 31.
  • Strong supporting coursework in mathematics and physics

Athletic Training, Professional Program

Athletic Training, Post-Professional in Higher Education

Biology

  •  Admission is dependent upon a faculty member agreeing to serve as your research advisor prior to submitting your application. Contact the program coordinator to discuss your research interests and possible funding opportunities prior to submitting your application.
  • Proper background in key areas, such as mathematics, physics, chemistry, and biology. Students may need to complete coursework in these areas before being admitted into the program.
  • Applications must be received by March 1 to be eligible for consideration for graduate assistant positions.

Clinical Mental Health Counseling and Couples and Family Therapy

  • Participate in the Counselor Education and School Psychology admissions interview.
  • Please view Counselor Education Student Handbook (PDF) for further information regarding the counseling programs.

Environmental Science and Policy

  • We invite all students to apply. Our strongest students have course work in multiple areas including general biology, ecology or biogeography, physical geography or geology, physics, chemistry, sociology or anthropology, calculus, and statistics. Students may need to complete coursework in these areas before being admitted into the program.
  • Your two-page statement of interest should focus on your professional goals and what area of environmental science and policy you are most interested in studying.
  • It is helpful to identify a faculty member to serve as your advisor when you apply. Contact the program coordinator to discuss your research interests and possible funding opportunities prior to submitting your application.
  • Questions? Contact program coordinator, Shannon Rogers at (603) 535-2216, for additional information.

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