Applying for Admission
To qualify for admission to the Upper University Graduate Program, the student must meet the requirements listed in this section. The graduate academic advisor will evaluate prior educational experience and grades to determine admission to Upper Iowa University's Graduate Program. The student will be notified in writing of the approval or denial of admission. Check with your program staff to determine where graduate degrees are offered with your learning experience.
- A baccalaureate degree from a regionally accredited college or university. (If from a foreign institution, an English translation and evaluation must accompany the record.)
- GPA or GRE/GMAT score
- A cumulative GPA of 2.75 or better in undergraduate degree; for M.Ed. a cumulative GPA of 3.00 or better in undergraduate degree, or
- An acceptable GRE or GMAT score. An acceptable score is 1090 for GRE, 308 for GRE revised General Test, or 550 for GMAT. An official GRE/GMAT transcript, which is only available for five years following completion of the GMAT or GRE must be submitted directly to Upper Iowa University. See http://www.gre.org or http://www.gmat.org for information on these exams.
- Verification of English language proficiency requirements.
If the minimum GPA or GRE/GMAT test score is not met, additional documentation may be requested by the graduate program chair or director for further consideration.
Foundational courses are available through UIU’s Undergraduate Program.