Graduate and Doctorate
Admissions Requirements

Students are the lifeblood of any university. Through the collaborative efforts of our various offices, we help students make informed choices about continuing their education. We provide a welcoming atmosphere that reflects the best of the Benedictine values of hospitality and a concern for the development of each individual.

Admission to a graduate program is offered to applicants who have a bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university and show high probability of success in the program and the profession. The University admits students year-round, allowing them to begin in any term, including summer. If the student has taken coursework as a graduate student at large at Benedictine University, the grade point average earned will be considered in the decision to admit the student.

It is strongly recommended that you schedule a time to meet with a Graduate Counselor. Graduate Counselors will assist you throughout the admission process. 

Benedictine University Graduate and Doctoral Programs.

An application will be considered ready for review when the following items have been received:

  • All official college / university transcripts.

  • Letters of reference (quantity depending upon program) from professional and/or academic source. Letters may be no older than 1 year.

  • One page goal statement discussing professional and educational goals.

  • Autobiographical statement – Master of Science in Clinical Psychology program only. May be combined with goal statement.

  • Departmental interview may be required at the discretion of department director.

  • Test scores (GMAT, MAT, GRE) depending on desired degree. Exam waiver option may be available.

  • Resume – required for graduate business programs.

  • $40 application fee.

  • If international credits earned, order an evaluation from Educational Credential Evaluators to be sent to Benedictine University.

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