In addition to the general requirements for graduate admission at IUP, your program of choice may require additional materials to consider your application. Individual requirements for these programs are listed below.
If you have any additional questions about these individual program requirements, please contact the coordinator of your program for more information. For more information about general requirements for admissions at IUP, contact email@example.com.
GRE General Test Scores
Portfolio (PDF with 20 images)
GMAT or GRE General Test Scores
If you have earned your master's degree five years or more prior to your application, and have five or more years of full-time employment at an accredited U.S. institution of higher education or with a U.S.-based organization directly related to the CMIT curriculum, you will need:
All other applicants will need:
Attending an information session is encouraged, but not mandatory.
Please read about the additional requirements and prerequisite courses for admission
Photocopy of current teacher certification in music education (submitted directly to the Department of Music)
Schedule performance audition (contact performance area faculty directly)
Please see this page for application requirements, which include a paper application, a rating scale, a two-page essay, and a signed acknowledgement statement.
GRE General Test Scores (not psychology-specific), three letters of recommendation
GRE General Test Scores: New GRE test taken on or after August 1, 2011: 145 minimum verbal reasoning, 145 minimum quantitative reasoning, 3.5-4.0 analytical writing, and an undergraduate degree GPA of 3.0 or higher. GRE taken before August 1, 2011: Combined score of 900 or higher and undergraduate degree GPA of 3.0 or higher.
Goal Statement (Essay) must address this prompt: Describe a time that you have been of significant benefit to another person.
Current Résumé, Student Affairs Interest Statement, which addresses the following questions:
For any questions about these program-specific application requirements, please contact the coordinator of your graduate program of choice.
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