We understand and appreciate that you have many choices in achieving your educational goals. We are committed to providing you with the advantage you need to succeed both personally and professionally.
The College of Graduate and Professional Studies has designed its courses and degree programs to suit the needs of adult/nontraditional learners. Our programs are presented in an accelerated eight-week format, with available delivery methods of online or at a location near you.
In order for new, transfer, or any other student to be admitted to Trine′s College of Graduate and Professional Studies, the following must be submitted for review:
- Transcripts showing evidence of graduation from an accredited high school or
acceptable score on the General Education Development (GED) exam.
- Transcripts from ALL post–secondary schools attended.
- You will be contacted by a dedicated enrollment specialist to help guide you through the process.
Trine employs a review process that evaluates academic criteria in selecting students for admission. We search for students who will be the school′s future community of leaders, learners and thinkers, and whose education will be enhanced by diverse experiences and who will be prepared to serve and participate in all segments of society.
Undergraduate applicants with a high school and/or college cumulative grade point average of 2.0 or better will be given priority admission to the school.