Graduate School Preparation

Graduate School Preparation

Considering and choosing a graduate school program can be a daunting task. If you are considering furthering your education, start early by asking the following questions:

1. What program/school is right for me?

Choosing a program is the most important part of the process. Consider your career goals and search for a program that can help you achieve them. "Does this program lead me to where I want to be?" is a good question to consider.

Network with those in your desired profession to learn the path they took – there may be alternative programs to consider that you are not aware of. Consider the strengths and weaknesses of the program. Consider faculty, reputation, location, affordability, current student’s perspectives, etc.

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2. What is the entrance process?

Investigate schools of interest and set up a calendar of deadlines as an application timeline. Knowing and abiding by the process is essential. Some schools also have lengthy interview processes that you would need to prepare for. The Career Center offers mock interviews that can be very helpful in this area.

See General Entrance Process Guidelines

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