To be eligible to receive the Master’s degree, the student must complete at least two semesters in residency and undertake the total coursework units defined for the program, earning a GPA of at least 3.0 based on letter grades of C or better on two-thirds of all course work.
Any program wishing to admit matriculated Berkeley PhD students may waive the requirement of letters of recommendation and of GRE scores.
Students must be in good academic standing with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Admissions Foreign Language Teacher Education
College description: Intensive Foreign Language Instruction Program (IFLIP) is a unique learning opportunity offered during the summer and winter breaks. We are sorry to announce the Intensive Foreign Language Instruction Program (IFLIP) will not be available this summer. We apologize for the inconvenience. We hope to offer this opportunity in the future and will keep this page updated as information becomes available.
Their DARS MUST include their Major and Cumulative GPA as of the date on which application.
East Asian Languages Literatures
The cumulative GPA must be 3.0 or higher on a 4.0 scale.
Admissions USC Dornsife, College of Letters, Arts and Sciences
College description: Our neurologic residency gives you the expertise to provide high-quality physical therapy to patients with a range of neurological concerns. You’ll be prepared to provide excellent physical therapy services to inpatients and outpatients, advance knowledge in the field through rigorous research, and offer knowledgeable leadership to students and colleagues throughout your career. Coursework is completed through continuing education courses, online and on the USC Health Sciences Campus, through the Neurologic Physical Therapy Professional Education Consortium. In addition to clinical experience with expert neurologists and neurologic physical therapists, you will also serve as a teaching assistant for physical therapy courses at USC and publish original research and systematic literature reviews.
To apply, prospective students must first complete the USC online graduate application. In addition to the standard information required by the University, applicants must upload all supporting documents to this online system.
Application deadline: applicants to the Ph. D. program should submit their materials to USC by January 14th.
The following applications materials must be uploaded and submitted through the on-line web application system :
1. USC Graduate Admissions online web application.
2. $90 USD application processing fee (pay on-line). Please click here for information regarding the fee waiver process.
3. Statement of Purpose with specific information about interests and goals.
4. Personal statement
5. Curriculum Vitae/Resume
6. Three (3) letters of recommendation from academic sources. Recommenders must submit their recommendations through the on-line system. Hard copy letters will not be accepted.
7. Graduate Record Examination (GRE) Scores
8. TOEFL scores (required for international students from non-English speaking countries)
9. Copy of unofficial academic transcripts from each institution attended.
The university require official documentation of their general Graduate Record Examination scores with their application, but the University of Chicago does not require any subject tests. Note to applicants: Over the years, University of Chicago has found that grades, especially those in philosophy courses, are a somewhat better indication of philosophical potential than GRE scores. The average GPA in philosophy for the university recent admitted students has been 3.9 The analogous GRE averages are 710 verbal, 740 quantitative, and 5.5 analytic writing.
In evaluating the GRE scores of applicants, the university make allowance that these examinations are difficult for non-native speakers of English.
Reading Curriculum and Instruction, M.Ed.
GPA of 2.75 or higher, or 3.0 or higher for last half of degree.
Maintaining a 3.0 GPA in all graduate work.