A viable graduate applicant must possess, minimally, a baccalaureate degree or the equivalent from an institution that is accredited by one of the six regional accreditation agencies at the time of matriculation.
The prerequisite expected by a discipline is the equivalent of an undergraduate area of concentration as understood at Saint Louis University: a sequence of 18 or more credits of upper-division (advanced undergraduate) courses. In disciplines where no corresponding undergraduate major exists, the prerequisite requirement may be expressed in an alternative manner. Decisions regarding acceptance into a program will not be made on the basis of the length of the degree program students have completed, but rather on the applicant's preparation to pursue post-baccalaureate work in the discipline.
Policies and Procedures
Applicants must adhere to all pertinent policies and procedures throughout the admission process.