Graduate Admissions at MSPS
Following are the requirements and procedures for admission into the graduate programs at the Metropolitan School of Professional Studies (Master of Science in Management and Master of Arts in Human Resource Management). The GRE/GMAT is not required.
All applications must be submitted online.
CUA's online application is optimized for application efficiency. The online application gives applicants control of submitting not only the graduate application, but also, nearly all of the supporting documents. For this reason, it is very important that applicants have all of their required documents ready to submit before starting the application. Applicants will not be able to submit the online application without including the necessary documents, outlined below:
(All materials should be submitted in .doc, .wpd, .rtf, .pdf, .docx, .xlsx, or .txt formats and should be no larger than 600kb).
For International Applicants: Please be sure to attach both original copies in the native language and translated forms of all grade reports, certificates, and transcripts at the time of application. English proficiency and proof of funding documents must be presented to the Office of Graduate Admissions either by postal mail or in person. These documents will not be accepted through the online application.
Once all of the required documents are received, applications will be reviewed by the individual school or program admissions committees using the unofficial transcripts. If an offer of admission is made, then an official transcript in the original signed and sealed envelope must be received and reviewed for verification by the Office of Graduate Admissions before registration for classes is allowed. Admission decisions will be based on grade point average, undergraduate major, years and relevance of work experience, recommendations, writing ability, relevance/usefulness of program to meeting personal and professional objectives, and other relevant criteria.
Please note: anyone applying and accepted after the suggested deadlines may incur a late registration fee of at least $75.00.