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Welcome International Graduate Students!

The world is evolving at a rapid pace, and needs professionals to help companies and organizations thrive.  We are thrilled that you are considering Trine University to help you build key skills for your best future. 

The Office of International Services looks forward to helping you get started in your quest for post graduate programs. Check out the information below, and contact our experienced international admission counselors about what program fits you best.

If you're ready to get started, the application is your next step.


Apply for International Masters degrees

Note: Students seeking entrance to Trine University's Doctor of Physical Therapy program undergo a different application process. For more information, visit the Doctor of Physical Therapy admission requirements page.

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Take your career to the next level!  Find the academic programs available in a hybrid model for international graduate students. 

Trine University's Doctor of Physical Therapy program is offered in-person at the university's Health Sciences Education Center in Fort Wayne. For more information, visit the Doctor of Physical Therapy program page.

To complete the online application, please make sure to have the following documents:

  • Provide the following:
    • Academic transcripts
    • Financial guarantee (U.S. Department of Homeland Security requires all international students to demonstrate ability to pay fees.)
    • Copy of passport
    • Statement of purpose (explaining your desire to pursue a graduate degree)
    • Resume/CV
    • GRE/GMAT (is recommended)
    • English placement test score of:

Application due date is 30 days prior to the term you intend to enroll.

Seated classes are offered at Trine University's Detroit Education Center and the Phoenix Education Center.

Trine University's Doctor of Physical Therapy program is offered in-person at the university's Health Sciences Education Center in Fort Wayne. For more information, visit the Doctor of Physical Therapy program page.

Trine University provides a high-quality education at a price you can afford. Check out the investment for our hands-on learning experience and personal attention from dedicated professors who will guide you to launch a successful career.

International graduate students may participate in experiential learning, or Curricular Practical Training (CPT) as early as your first semester. Go beyond the classrooms and have opportunities to learn without limits.

A maximum of six (6) semester hours of graduate course credit may be counted toward completion of a graduate degree at Trine University with a grade of B or above and with the approval of the program chair/director and dean. All other courses must be taken at Trine University. Transfer credit will not include a grade and, therefore, will not impact the student’s GPA. Courses used to satisfy the requirements of a bachelor’s degree cannot be applied to a master’s degree. The final 15 credit hours must be received within Trine University. This transfer credit policy does not apply to the Doctor of Physical Therapy, Master of Physician Assistant Studies, Master of Science in Nursing, and Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology programs.

To request transfer credit, current Trine University students must submit the Transfer Credit Request Form and include syllabi and course descriptions from each course they are requesting to transfer in.

Transfer Credit Request Form

Note:

  • Course transfers must be equivalent to Trine University courses. This is reviewed by the graduate programs team. Not all course requests are granted.
  • Course transfers are only accepted from US institutions.
  • Evaluations will be completed after the student's first successful semester at Trine University.

Approved Transfer Courses and Schools

Questions about admission? Contact the Office of International Services at 1.855.667.6237.