Graduate Degree Programs


GRE Information

The Graduate Record Examination (GREĀ®) is a requirement for some prospective graduate students. Waivers are also available in certain situations (please program admission guidelines). When required, applicants must submit GREĀ® verbal, quantitative, and analytical writing scores that are not more than five years old as part of their application for admission.

The scores can take up to six weeks to receive, so make sure you schedule your test far enough in advance before it is time to apply for your degree.

Visit www.takethegre.com or www.ets.org to find a testing center near you.

PRAXIS Information

PRAXIS tests are required for some graduate programs and/or for licensure. If you are planning to apply for the Alternate Route Secondary Education program (MAT-S), then you are required to submit passing scores on the Praxis Core and Subject Area Assessment.

Visit www.ets.org/praxis to register for the exam(s).