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Graduate Admissions:

Graduate Admissions Office
Shippensburg University
1871 Old Main Drive
Shippensburg PA 17257
Phone: 717-477-1213
Fax: 717-477-4016
GradAdmiss@ship.edu

Graduate Dean's Office:

The School of Graduate Studies
Shippensburg University
1871 Old Main Drive
Shippensburg, PA  17257
Phone: 717-477-1148
GradSchool@ship.edu

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 Graduate Admissions Requirements

A guide to the application process can be found on the Application Procedures page. Each Master's programs admissions requirements are listed below and forms are provided as PDF links. We highly recommend you submit supplemental documents such as your resume, goal statement, essay, questionnaire, and documents of the like by electronic mail to  GradAdmiss@ship.edu as a PDF or Word document attachment. In the body of the email please include your full name and date of birth. 

John L. Grove
College of Business
 
  College of Education
and Human Services
   
College of Arts
and Sciences
   
Master of
Business Administration
 
Counseling:
- Master of Science
- Master of Education  
Applied History:
Master of Arts   
Emerging Leaders Cohort  Administration of Justice  Biology 
  School Administration   Communication Studies 
  Post-Master's Certification:
- Principal Certificate K-12
- Superintendent's 
 Letter of Eligibility
 
- Supervisory Certificate I  
Computer Science 
  Special Education  Geoenvironmental Studies 
  Social Work  Organizational Development
and Leadership
 
  Reading  Public Administration 
    Curriculum and Instruction  

Psycholological Science 

  Teaching - Science Education   

John L. Grove College of Business

Master of Business Administration

Requirements:  

  • A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited school; a degree from an AACSB-accredited college or university is recommended
  • Please email the following to Gradadmiss@ship.edu
    • A current resume
    • MBA Track selection web-form
    • A 500-word Personal Goals Statement indicating your reasons for pursuing an MBA, your future goals, and why you chose Shippensburg's MBA.
     
  • Letters of recommendation (optional)
  • Practicum (optional)
  • GMAT or GRE scores required if applicant has less than 5 years of post-undergraduate professional experience. 
    • Applicants will be evaluated on grade point average, course content, work experience, job level, leadership ability, team skills, suitability of goals, and whether they graduated from an AACSB-accredited college. Applicants with less than 5 years of post-undergraduate professional experience, including some mid-level management experience, will be required to take the GMAT and achieve a score of 450 or higher. The school code when taking the GMAT is 002657. This will ensure that Ship receives a copy of your score. The MBA department will also accept a GRE general test score (taken within the past two years) for possible consideration of fulfilling the GMAT requirement. Please submit your GRE scores during the application process for the department to determine if your score meets the minimum requirement.”  
    • “Members of the Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society may receive a waiver of the GMAT test requirement. To be considered you must submit a copy of your BGS membership or certificate for verification.  You may send a scanned electronic copy of this information to GradAdmiss@ship.edu and it will be added to your application documents.”

In addition, applicants are required to meet the following prerequisites:

  • Quantitative analysis,
  • Computer usage, and
  • Oral and written communications.

Additional Information: 

Please note that all students admitted for Fall 2010 or later will be expected to have a laptop loaded with MS Office that they can bring to class. Although the university has been providing a limited number of laptops, those will gradually be phased out as they get older, and students will be expected to supply their own laptops in class. Contact Dr. Robert Stephens for more information.

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Director of the MBA Program:  Dr. Robert Stephens - rdstep@ship.edu - 717-477-1684 

Additional Contacts: Mr. Justin English, Director of MBA Recruitment - JMEnglish@ship.edu 717-477-1140
mba@ship.edu  

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College of Education and Human Services

 Master of Science, Counseling

Generally, the admissions procedure requires a full academic semester for processing applications, credentials, references, and the required on-campus group interview. Students are encouraged to begin this process at least two full semesters prior to the desired starting date. 

Requirements:  

  • A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university
  • A minimum of one year's experience (paid or volunteer) in the area to which they are applying - You must use the Experience Form as provided. 
  • Autobiographical Statement[PDF] - You must follow format provided in the form. 
  • Recommendation Form[PDF] (Three are needed)
  • Completed Information / Private Practice Form[PDF] 
  • Current Resume
  • Clinical Mental Health, Student Personnel, and College Counseling specializations must provide an official undergraduate transcript with a minimum 2.75 cumulative grade point average or successful completion of the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) or Miller Analogies Test (MAT).  

Once the packet is returned, the Admission Committee will review the forms and invite successful applicants to the next available on-campus group interview session. Faculty interviewing the candidate will complete assessment criteria on the applicant's presentation of self, including: maturity, openness, ability to listen, understanding of the profession, clarity of career goals, appropriateness of our program for these goals, ability to deal with stress, and relevant academic/life/work experience.

Following the interview each applicant is assessed by the department faculty and the department Admissions Committee with regard to the autobiographical statement, resume, relevant life/academic/work experiences, applicant's recommendations, writing skills, as well as overall impressions from the on-campus interview, to determine admission to the program.

Admission to Candidacy:  

To become a degree candidate, a student must first complete the common core curriculum required of all graduate counseling students. Then, after consultation with a faculty advisor, students will be interviewed for admission to candidacy for the degree. This procedure helps to assure that each student admitted has the intellectual capacity, counseling skills, and professional commitment to succeed.

Additional Information:  

Department of Counseling and College Student Personnelhttp://www.ship.edu/counsel/ 

Department Chair: Dr. Kurt Kraus - klkrau@ship.edu - 717-477-1603

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Master of Education, Dual (K-12) Counseling

Generally, the admissions procedure requires a full academic semester for processing applications, credentials, references, and the required on-campus group interview. Students are encouraged to begin this process at least two full semesters prior to the desired starting date. 

Requirements:  

  • A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university
  • A minimum of one year's experience (paid or volunteer) in the area to which they are applying - You must use the Experience Form as provided. 
  • Autobiographical statement[PDF] - You must follow format provided in the form. 
  • Recommendation Form[PDF] (Three are needed)
  • Completed Information / Private Practice Form [PDF] 
  • Current Resume
  • Elementary and Secondary School Counseling specializations must provide an official undergraduate transcript with a minimum 3.0 cumulative grade point average.  GRE and MAT scores are not applicable to the Elementary and Secondary School specializations.

Once the packet is returned, the Admission Committee will review the forms and invite successful applicants to the next available on-campus group interview session. Faculty interviewing the candidate will complete assessment criteria on the applicant's presentation of self, including: maturity, openness, ability to listen, understanding of the profession, clarity of career goals, appropriateness of our program for these goals, ability to deal with stress, and relevant academic/life/work experience.

Following the interview each applicant is assessed by the department faculty and the department Admissions Committee with regard to the autobiographical statement, resume, relevant life/academic/work experiences, applicant's recommendations, writing skills, as well as overall impressions from the on-campus interview, to determine admission to the program.

Admission to Candidacy:  

To become a degree candidate, a student must first complete the common core curriculum required of all graduate counseling students. Then, after consultation with a faculty advisor, students will be interviewed for admission to candidacy for the degree. This procedure helps to assure that each student admitted has the intellectual capacity, counseling skills, and professional commitment to succeed.

Additional Information: 

Department of Counseling and College Student Personnel   -   http://www.ship.edu/counsel 

Department Chair: Dr. Kurt Kraus - klkrau@ship.edu - 717-477-1603

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Master of Science, Administration of Justice

(FALL START ONLY)

Requirements:  

  • A baccalaureate degree in criminal justice, administration of justice, or related social science field from a regionally accredited college or university
  • Minimum grade point average of a 2.75 on a 4.0 scale. Applicants with less than a 2.75 undergraduate GPA will be required to take the Graduate Requisite Examination (GRE) and provide a sufficient score before they are eligible for admission.  They may also take the Millers Analogies Test (MAT) and provide a sufficient score.
  • In 500 words of less provide a Statement of Interest indicating your reasons for pursuing this program, your professional goals, and how this degree will help fulfill said goals.
  • Students are invited to provide an optional resume

Additional Information:  

Department of Criminal Justice   -    http://www.ship.edu/criminal_justice/  

Program Coordinator: Dr. Matthew Fetzer - mdfetzer@ship.edu - 717-477-1630 

JCJC Program Coordinator: Dr. Cynthia Koller- CAKoller@ship.edu - 717-477-1599

 

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 Master of Education, School Administration

Requirements for admission to the M. Ed. Program in educational leadership:

  • A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university
  • Official transcript showing at least a 2.75 cumulative grade point average for undergraduate studies
  • Certification as a teacher and have completed at least two years of successful teaching experience in elementary, middle, or secondary schools (or have had other acceptable professional experience in education)
  • Two (2) letters of recommendation, one from the chief school administrator in the school where you are currently teaching or recently have taught, and one from another school administrator - recommendation form [PDF] 

Additional Information:  New Link

Department of Educational Leadership and Special Education - http://www.ship.edu/else/  

Program Coordinator: Dr. Phillip Diller -  pfdill@ship.edu - 717-477-1741

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 Post-Master's Certification, Principal's Certificate K-12

Requirements:  

  • Present a copy of your teaching certificate and evidence of two years of successful teaching experience in elementary, middle, or secondary schools
  • If you did not complete the Master of Education degree in educational leadership at Shippensburg University, you must also provide official transcripts from any regionally accredited institution where you did undergraduate or graduate work
  • Complete two reference forms - recommendation form [PDF]
    • One recommendation must be completed by the chief school officer (district superintendent or intermediate unit executive director) in the school where you are currently or most recently employed
    • The second reference must be either from a principal or immediate supervisor
  • Goal statement 

Additional Information:  

Department of Educational Leadership and Special Education - http://www.ship.edu/else/  

Program Coordinator: Dr. Phillip Diller - pfdill@ship.edu  - 717-477-1741

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 Post-Master's Certification, Superintendent's Letter of Eligibility

*This program is only offered in the Residency format. ​

Requirements:  

  • transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions, these must be regionally accredited
  • Complete two reference forms - recommendation form [PDF]
    • One recommendation must be completed by a chief school officer (district superintendent or intermediate unit executive director) in the school where you are currently or were most recently employed.
    • The second reference must be given to another school administrator.
  • Goal Statement
  • Residency Mentor Agreement Form 
  • Possess a QPA of at least a 3.0 in all graduate work taken prior to application to the program.

Additional Information:  

Department of Educational Leadership & Special Education

Program Contact: Dr. Phillip Diller - pfdill@ship.edu - 717-477-1741

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 Post-Master's Certification, Supervisory I Certificate

Requirements:  

  • An earned master's degree and/or at least 15 graduate credit hours in subject field or educational specialist area
  • Obtain and execute two reference forms - recommendation form [PDF]
    • One recommendation must be completed by a chief school officer (district superintendent or intermediate unit executive director) from the school in which the candidate is currently or most recently employed.
    • The second reference must be either from a principal or immediate supervisor.
  • Goal statement

Additional Information:  

Department of Educational Leadership and Special Education - http://www.ship.edu/else/  

Program Coordinator: Dr. Phillip Diller -  pfdill@ship.edu - 717-477-1741

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 Master of Education, Special Education

Admission to the special education program is a process requiring application materials, credentials, references, an on-campus interview, and a writing sample. Students are encouraged to begin this process six months before they begin classes. Interviews are conducted three times per year.

Applicants for admission to any area of specialization must meet the requirements for the special education program in addition to the general requirements for admission to graduate study.

Requirements:  

  • Applicants must have a prior certification in education for admission to the Comprehensive Certification Program
  • Applicants must have a baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university showing at least a 2.75 cumulative GPA for undergraduate studies.  Students below a 2.75 GPA will be required to take either the the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) or Graduate Record Exam (GRE)prior to admission. Conditions for continuance in the program made me made at the time of admission.
  • Applicants are expected to have relevant experience working with individuals with disabilities
  • Appear for an interview with special education faculty
    • Faculty interviewing the candidate will make observations relating to: experience in the field, maturity, career goals and appropriateness of our program for these goals
    • Specific information/requirements and a program of study will be developed during the interview process
     
  • Submit a writing sample during the interview or as part of your application packet
  • Three references - ( Reference Form)
  • Complete a questionnaire about background and personal goals for the future.

The writing sample, three references, and questionnaire should be submitted by the following deadlines: 

    Fall semester:           June 1
    Spring semester:      September 1
    Summer semester:   February 1
 

Additional Information:  

Department of Educational Leadership and Special Education   -  http://www.ship.edu/else/  

Program Coordinator:  Dr. Christopher Schwilk - clschw@ship.edu - 717-477-1591   

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 Master of Social Work

Requirements:  ( Application Checklist

To better understand the application process and requirements please visit the MSW Program Profile and read all sections carefully. If you have additional questions please contact the Department of Social Work.
  • A cumulative grade point average of 2.8 on a 4.0 scale from a regionally accredited undergraduate institution. If a student has attended more than one undergraduate institution, all undergraduate GPAs will be used in the calculation of the overall GPA.
    • In exceptional cases, applicants who lack the required grade point average but whose other qualifications are outstanding may be admitted on a provisional basis. Applicants admitted provisionally must earn a 3.0 grade point average by the end of the first 12 credits.
    • Only applicants whose GPA falls below the minimum standard of 2.8 need to take either the Miller Analogies Test (MAT) or the General Graduate Record Exam (GRE). Scores must be less than 5 years old at the time of the application. Ship is an official MAT testing site. 
     
  • Submit the MSW Academic and Professional Statement 
     
  • Three (3) professional references with a minimum of one from a faculty member and one from a social service agency employer/supervisor.  The third may be from either a faculty member or an employer/supervisor. No personal or colleague reference will be accepted. You must use the Reference Form as provided and should provide the individuals completing this form with a stamped envelope addressed to Graduate Admissions.
     
  • Complete the Resume Form. Use the format provided.  
     
  • Complete the Liberal Arts Courses Form
     
  • Complete the MSW Track Selection Form  
     
  • Students who meet the Advanced Standing Program qualifications should download the Recommendation for Advanced Standing Form. Give a copy of the form to your BSW program director or the head of your social work department. Provide the individual providing your recommendation with a stamped envelope addressed to  Graduate Admissions.
     
  • Applicants whose undergraduate major was not Social Work may complete a Waiver Request Form for courses in which they feel they have already demonstrated proficiency.

Additional Considerations: 

Advanced Standing Program: Students will be considered for the Advanced Standing program if 1) they have earned a baccalaureate degree in the last eight years from a Council on Social Work Education (CSWE) accredited social work program with an overall GPA of 3.0 and a major GPA of 3.25 or higher on a 4.0 scale and 2) they submit the appropriate recommendation form from their BSW program director. If a student has attended more than one undergraduate institution, all undergraduate GPAs will be used in the calculation of the overall GPA. Students who graduated with a baccalaureate degree from a CSWE-accredited social work program may be eligible to receive credit for those first-year foundation course equivalents for which they earned B's or higher within the past eight years.

Criminal Record: Persons who have criminal records are not eligible to work in many human service fields. Applicants with criminal records should contact the MSW program director for additional information.

 Application Dates: Students will be admitted into the 36-credit Advanced Standing Program and the 60-credit Regular Program during Summer Term 1 only. The term begins in mid-May. Applications are accepted beginning in the fall semester. Applications will be accepted until the program is full.  

*Note: The program may request a personal interview or additional information about an applicant when necessary to make a fully informed admissions decision. 

Additional Information:  

Shippensburg University - Department of Social Work and Gerontology    

Ship Co-Director: Dr. Deborah Jacobs - dfjaco@ship.edu 717-477-1276   

Millersville University - Department of Social Work 

MU Co-Director: Dr. David H. "DJ" Johnson - david.johnson@millersville.edu  

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 Master of Education, Reading 

Admission into the Reading program will be offered at three times during each academic year. Applications are due:

    • September 1 for spring semester
    • February 1 for summer semester
    • June 1 for fall semester

All students will be admitted on an initial basis. Students will be fully admitted to the program when they successfully complete the initial requirements.

Requirements:  

  • Graduate admission application  
  • All transcripts of undergraduate/graduate work from a regionally accredited college or university
  • Grade point average of 3.0 minimum on previous undergraduate course work  
  • Three (3) letters of reference from educators in the field - Reference Form[PDF] 
  • Supplementary Data Form[PDF]   

Upon all receipt of all required documentation, candidates will be interviews by a member of the reading faculty from the Department of Teacher Education.

Potential students will not be interviewed if they have not submitted all the documentation required for initial admission. At the time of the interview, a planning sheet outlining a program of courses will be developed. This planning sheet, approved by the student's advisor (interviewer), must be completed and placed on file in the Department of Teacher Education.

Applicants who have elementary or secondary certification are required to complete a minimum of 33 semester hour credits of graduate work for the Master of Education degree with specialization in reading. Additional course work may be required due to deficiencies in undergraduate preparation. Background which may be required, but are not limited to, include the following: Children's Literature; Teaching of Reading; and a Language Arts. Please note: Background courses are in addition to graduate program requirements and must be completed prior to enrollment in any graduate reading courses. 

Additional Information:  

Reading Program - http://www.ship.edu/reading/   

Program Coordinator: Dr. Janet Bufalino - jmbufa@ship.edu  -  717.477.1166

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 Master of Education, Curriculum & Instruction

Admission into the curriculum & instruction program will be offered three times during each academic year. Application reviews are:

    • September 1 for the spring semester
    • February 1 for the summer semester
    • June 1 for the fall semester

Requirements:  

  •  A degree in education (or other major for Early Childhood) from a regionally accredited college or university  
  •  Undergraduate overall grade point average of 2.75 or an approved score in the Miller Analogies Test (MAT)  
  •  Official transcripts of all undergraduate/graduate work  
  •  Completed questionnaire concerning teaching background and future goals  
  •  Three (3) Letters of Reference - ( Reference Form)  
  •  Appear for an interview and a planning review with department faculty during which a program plan will be completed 

Additional Information:  

Department of Teacher Education

Program contact: Dr. Christine Royce -  caroyc@ship.edu - 717-477-1681

http://www.ship.edu/teacher  

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College of Arts and Sciences

 Master of Arts, Applied History

Requirements:  

  • A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university
  • An official transcript showing at least a 2.75 cumulative grade point average for your undergraduate studies
  • Statement of Purpose
    • All applicants must complete a 500-word Statement of Purpose discussing your reasons for pursuing graduate studies in Applied History. In your essay, please address how your education, training, and experiences have prepared you to pursued graduate studies in History. Also, please discuss how a Master's degree in Applied History fits into your personal or professional goals. Feel free to provide any additional information that will allow the History Department to assess your potential for graduate studies.  

Individuals with a cumulative undergraduate grade point average less than 2.75 may be accepted following an interview and the submission of a 500-word Statement of Purpose (described above).

Application Deadlines: 

    • Spring Semester: Second Friday in September
    • Summer Semester: Second Friday in February
    • Fall Semester: Second Friday in February

Qualified individuals who apply after these dates will be accepted to the program if space is available.

Additional Information:  

Department of History and Philosophy - http://www.ship.edu/history/.

Program Coordinator: Dr. John Bloom - jdbloo@ship.edu  - 717-477-1216

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 Master of Science, Biology

Requirements:  

*FALL 2014 is the next entrance point*

  • A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university
  • An official transcript showing at least a 2.75 cumulative grade point average for undergraduate studies
  • Have completed at least 33 semester hour credits of undergraduate biology or biology related courses (e.g. forestry, horticulture, environmental studies)
  • Have taken at least three chemistry courses with labs, including both inorganic and organic chemistry or biochemistry
  • Please write a 400-500 word summary of why you would like to be admitted to the Biology Master's program at Shippensburg University, your long term goals in regard to this field, and how those goals will be influenced by this degree. You may submit this electronically by emailing it as a PDF or Word document to GradAdmiss@ship.edu. In the body of the email please include your name, date of birth, and reference that this should be attached to your application.

It is recommended that applicants have completed math through Calculus I and two lab courses in physics.

Additional Information:  

Department of Biology  -  http://www.ship.edu/biology/ 

Dr. Theo Light, Graduate Coordinator   TSLigh@ship.edu  - 717-477-1093

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 Master of Science, Communication Studies

Admission Requirements: 
Applicants must meet all requirements of the School of Graduate Studies as defined in the current Graduate Catalog. Applicants should have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university with at least a 2.75 cumulative grade point average. Applicants who do not meet the minimum grade point average requirement may be accepted if they have an above average one on the GRE or Miller Analogies Test or have significant communications work experience.
In addition you must include with your application and $45 fee:

  • A professional resumé;
  • The contact information (name, title, address, phone number, e-mail address) of three professional references; click here for form
  • A 400- to 500-word essay explaining what you expect to gain by completing this degree. The essay must demonstrate writing skills acceptable by the department.

An applicant whose bachelor’s degree is not in a communication-related field may have a number of additional undergraduate courses to take in addition to the master’s degree requirements.

International students not fluent in English will be required to take additional undergraduate courses in English and speech before being accepted as a master’s candidate.

Additional Information:  

Department of Communication/Journalism  -   http://www.ship.edu/communication-journalism/ 

Program Coordinator: Dr. Kim Garris -  kdgarr@ship.edu  - 717-477-1523

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 Master of Science, Computer Science

Students are admitted in summer, spring, and fall. 

Applicants whose overall quality point average is below 2.75 will be required to take the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) prior to admission. Applicants with a quality point average below 2.75 must submit a statement outlining extenuating circumstances that affect their application.

All international applicants who have not graduated from a four-year American university must take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Additionally, all such applicants must achieve a minimum score of 6.0 on the IELTS, or a 67 on the iBT TOEFL exam. 

Additional Information:  

Program contact: Dr. Jeonghwa Lee - jlee@ship.edu 717-477-1019

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 Master of Science, Geoenvironmental Studies

Requirements:  

  • A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university
  • An official transcript showing at least a 2.75 cumulative grade point average for undergraduate studies. Those with a GPA below a 2.75 must take the GRE and submit a score prior to admission. 

You must have completed:

  • 12 undergraduate credit hours in geography, or
  • 12 undergraduate credit hours in earth science, or
  • a combined total of 18 undergraduate credit hours in two fields, or
  • 15 undergraduate credit hours in the social sciences (including 6 hours in geography) and 15 undergraduate credit hours in the natural sciences (including 6 hours in the earth sciences)

If you lack the required number of undergraduate credit hours, you may be granted conditional admission. After you have corrected your deficiencies and successfully completed 6 hours of graduate study, you will be granted full admission and can continue study toward your master's degree.

Additional Information:  

Department of Geography-Earth Science

Program contact: Dr. Tim Hawkins - twhawk@ship.edu - 717-477-1662

  geog@ship.edu  

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 Master of Science, Organizational Development and Leadership

Requirements:  

  • A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university
  • A minimum cumulative undergraduate grade point average of 2.75. If GPA is below 2.75, an interview may be requested.
  • Current Resume
  • A personal goals statement, usually one page single-spaced, explaining your personal and/or professional goals for the program
  • Official undergraduate transcript
  • Track Selection Form

Additional Information:  

Dr. Barbara J. Denison, Program Coordinator   bjdeni@ship.edu - 717-477-1257

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 Master of Public Administration

Requirements:  

  • A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university
  • An official transcript showing at least a 2.75 cumulative grade point average for his or her undergraduate studies. If the applicant's undergraduate GPA is below 2.75 the applicant must take the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) general test.
  • Current Resume 
  • A two to three page writing sample, double spaced.This writing sample should be academic in nature, demonstrating the applicants ability to communicate in a professionally appropriate manner necessary for graduate study. Previous research papers or samples of a work assignment would be appropriate for submission.   
  • Have taken at least 6 semester credits in political science or public administration at the undergraduate level (if the applicant has not completed the required 6 semester credits, he or she may be accepted on a provisional basis)

Additional Information:  

Department of Political Science

Program contact: Dr. Curtis Berry - CRBerr@ship.edu - 717-477-1340 or   polisci@ship.edu 

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 Master of Science, Psychological Science

(FALL START ONLY)​

Requirements:  

  • A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university
  • An official transcript showing at least a 2.75 cumulative grade point average for your undergraduate studies
  • Have completed at least 9 semester hours of undergraduate work in psychology
  • Have completed an undergraduate statistics course (a statistics course offered by a Psychology department may count towards the 9 semester hour minimum)
  • Complete the Supplemental Form which includes a personal goals statement - Supplemental Form (PDF)  

Additional Information:  

Department of PsychologyM.S. in Psychological Science  

Program Coordinator: Dr. Lea Adams - ltadam@ship.edu - 717-477-1115

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