The admissions committee will consider several factors when evaluating candidates for admission to the University including undergraduate grade point average, work experience, statement of purpose or intent, goals and achievements and English language competency scores (TOEFL, IELST, or PTEA).
Applications are reviewed and evaluated and admission decisions are made on an ongoing basis. Space is limited in some graduate programs, so early submission of application materials is advised.
Below you will find additional admission requirements for international students. International students must complete both the standard graduate admission requirements and the international admission requirements outlined below.
May 15 - Fall Semester
Nov 15 - Spring Semester
Program specific deadlines for Fall-only admission:
Feb 1 - Occupational Therapy (Closed for Fall 2013)
Mar 15 - Biological Sciences
Apr 1 - Counseling Psychology
May 15 - Clinical Laboratory Sciences
*Dominican follows a rolling admission policy. Applications will be accepted after the priority deadline on a space-available basis. Contact us for information on space-availability.