Evaluating and knowing yourself is important in order to connect with the program providing the best fit for your career goals and aspirations.

  • To find graduate programs, you should pursue conversations with your program faculty members, your academic advisor and a career counselor. 
  • Talking with people pursuing your field of interest, particularly our alumni as well as family and friends, can also guide you to programs that might be a good fit for you and your career goals.

The following search resources will also provide information on schools within a particular academic or career discipline:

Peterson’s
Graduate Guide
PhDs
Colleges.com
Princeton Review
Grad Profiles

Searching for International Graduate Programs:

International Graduate
International Grad Schools
Study Overseas

Testing Information

Explore individual testing pre-requisites on each graduate school site.  Some schools will not require tests, and some may indicate a minimal grade point average prior to requiring a test.  See the following for more information on the entrance exams required for various graduate and professional programs.


** For other health related tests, refer to the Pre-Health website