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Requirements of The School of Franciscan Studies
A completed application form
Two letters of recommendation from former instructors, employers, or school officials (Not required for those who are non-degree or audit students.)
A final transcript showing a bachelor's degree has been awarded. (Students who have not obtained a bachelor's degree may not take courses for credit, but may be allowed to audit courses.)
Foreign students should be able to show that their degree is the equivalent of an American Bachelor's degree in Arts or Science (B.A., B.S.).
Proficiency in the English language. Applicants whose native tongue is not English will be required to demonstrate ability to comprehend lectures, read and write in English through the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) or by other means. Further information on the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL) is available on the internet.
All students born on or after January 1, 1957 must comply with the law of the State of New York by providing proof of immunity from measles.
FOR ADMISSION TO MASTER'S PROGRAM:
Fulfillment of general requirements for graduate courses. (See above).
Official transcripts of all previous undergraduate and graduate study.
Students from Canada and the United States who do not have a graduate degree in an allied area or do not have a cumulative index above 2.5 in their undergraduate program are required to take the Graduate Record Examination (general aptitude) if they are seeking admission to the M.A. degree program.
Research students should have or acquire a basic knowledge of Latin (can be satisfied by SFS570,
, or equivalent coursework/knowledge).
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