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Accepting applications for Summer and Fall 2020

Thank you for your interest in graduate study at The College of Saint Rose, and may we take this opportunity to encourage you in your efforts to continue your education.
The College of Saint Rose has long been recognized as a leader in graduate education. Small class sizes, individual attention, and a host of support services create a learning environment that builds scholarship and facilitates academic growth. The College offers a variety of graduate degree and certificate programs both on campus as well as through our distance delivery affiliates. For convenience, Saint Rose offers full-time or part-time enrollment, with classes in the evening. Deadlines vary by department. Be sure to note the application deadlines or talk with the Office of Graduate Admissions if you have questions.

Please note that there are different applications and application requirements for each option of study.  You can find the correct set of application instructions to meet your needs by using the links on the left hand side of this page. If you have any questions about the application process, please do not hesitate to contact us!


Based on New York State Department of Education regulations, applicants for Spring 2017 and later, and those previously admitted and beginning studies in Spring 2017 or later, will be required to submit current Graduate Record Examination (GRE) or Miller Analogies Test (MAT) scores for the following programs:

  • Adolescence Education – Initial Licensure
  • Adolescence Education/Special Education General 7 – 12 – Initial Licensure
  • Childhood Education – Initial Licensure
  • Childhood Education/Special Education 1 – 6 – Initial Licensure
  • Childhood Education – Initial Licensure
  • Curriculum & Instruction
  • Literacy
  • Special Education

GRE scores should be sent to The College of Saint Rose using the code 2091.

MAT scores should be sent to The College of Saint Rose using the code 1432.

GRE/MAT Resource Guide

General Applicants Including Program Specific Requirements

Applicants looking for on-site*, matriculated study in one of our graduate programs or certificates may apply through our online application or by using our downloadable form. Application deadlines vary.

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Communication Sciences & Disorders Program

The College of Saint Rose uses the CSDCAS national application system to review all applications to this graduate program. The CSDCAS system will open on September 17, 2015 to begin receiving applications.

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Off-Site Programs

The College of Saint Rose offers several advanced certificate and one master’s degree program to students who live or work outside of the Capital Region. Programs are offered online directly through The College of Saint Rose at satellite campuses.

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Non-Matriculated Study Applicants

To be considered for non-matriculated graduate study at Saint Rose an application procedure is required. In many cases, non-matriculated applicants must go through the same application process as matriculated applicants.

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