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Project Management Graduate Program Admission-Related Q & A

Q- What exams would I need to take to get admitted? (GMAT or GRE)?
A- No exam is required. However, M.S. in Project Management students must pass a Project Management Comprehensive Exam in their last semester.

Q- Is test of English language required?
A- Applicants from non-English speaking countries must submit scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). TOEFL scores are not required for applicants from the British Commonwealth, Australia, Canada, Great Britain, West Indies, New Zealand, South Africa, Nigeria, Kenya, and Tanzania. Information about the TOEFL examination may be obtained from TOEFL, Educational Testing Service, Princeton, New Jersey 08540.

Q- My transcripts are issued by my university and have the official university seal. Are they accepted for admission to this graduate program?
A- International students must have transcripts from foreign institutions evaluated by an education credentialing service. Information about this service can be obtained by contacting Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc., P. O. Box 92920, Milwaukee, Wisconsin 53202-0970 (414) 289 3400. International applicants must not send any foreign transcripts or certificates to the School of Graduate Studies. Applications for Educational Credential Evaluators, Inc. can be obtained by contacting the School of Graduate Studies at (443) 885-3185.

Q - What is the program length (how many months or semesters)?
A- Most Master’s Program students graduate in four semesters (Minimum 30 credit hours). The Certificate program may be completed in two semesters (6+9 credit hours). Q- Are the programs online or on campus? A- Both Q - Is there a “Thesis” required for this program? A- There is no thesis requirement. Instead, all MSPM students must take PROJ 798 “Project Seminar” in their last semester of study.

Q- Are there any scholarships available for international students for this program and how does one qualify or apply?
A- The School of Graduate Studies (SGS) offers a limited number (very competitive) of scholarships. All applications for graduate funding are due to the School of Graduate Studies, for continuing students, as follows: Fall Semester, February 1st and Spring Semester, October 1st. No awards are made for the summer sessions.

Q- What is the total tuition & fees for this program for international students?
A- Please refer to the school of graduate studies web site for Tuition and Fees as well as application deadlines.

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Q- What are the application deadlines?
Please refer to the school of graduate studies web site for Tuition and Fees as well as application deadlines. Applications should be completed online and all materials should be sent to SGS as soon as possible. Applications are accepted online on the webpage of the School of Graduate Studies at Morgan State University. You may the School of Graduate Studies to start the application process.

For questions regarding admission to Morgan’s graduate school, please contact Mr. Jahmaine Smith in the School of Graduate Studies at or at 443-885-3185.