Admission to the Program

Admission to the MA Program in Organizational Commmunication

 

In order to be considered for the Master of Organizational Communication, Students must meet the following qualifications:

 

Students must first meet all university admission requirements. They include:

  • Hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution.
  • Have a 2.5 undergraduate GPA on all coursework attempted, or have a 2.75 undergraduate GPA on the last 60 hours of coursework.
  • Achieve an acceptable GRE/GMAT score.*
  • Be approved for admission by the graduate coordinator/director of the individual degree program.

    

     *The department will accept GRE scores up to seven years old.  If the student has a                set of scores older than seven years, he or she must take the GRE test again.

 

For Non-Provisional Admittance:  

Students must then meet the requirements of the Masters of Organizational Communication.  They Include:

  • Possess a cumulative GPA of not less than 2.5 in attaining a Bachelor's degree.
  • Take the GRE (Graduate Record Exam) and attain the following minimum scores:

            a. At least 148 (55th percentile) on the Verbal portion
            b. At least 3.5 on the Written portion

                  Note: These are minimum requirements and are firm.

  • International students may be asked to take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language). When required, a minimum TOEFL score of 525 or a minimum internet-based TOEFL score of 75 must be attained.
  • Applicants will also participate in an advising meeting with the Graduate Coordinator in person if at all possible or by telephone or SKYPE.
  • Students should know that dropping courses due to poor grades is not an acceptable practice in this degree.

 

For Provisional Admittance:

Students must meet the university requirements noted above and the following:

  • Take the GRE (Graduate Record Exam) and attain the following scores:

           a. A score of between 140 and 147 on the Verbal portion

           b. A score of 2.5 or 3.0 on the Written portion

  • A student who enters the program on a provisional basis may NOT receive a grade below a B in his or her first 18 hours (6 classes).  If the student maintains at least a B average through his or her first 18 hours, that student will be given non-provisional status.
  • Provisional students may not transfer any classes at any time during their degree program
  • International students may be asked to take the TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language) even if being admitted as a provisional student.  When required a minimum score of 525 or a minimum internet-based TOEFL score of 75 must be attained.
  • Applicants will also participate in an advising meeting with the Graduate Coordinator in person if at all possible or by telephone or SKYPE.
  • Students should know that dropping courses due to poor grades is not an acceptable practice in this degree.

 

Note as Well: All applicants/applications are subject to approval by the
Graduate Coordinator, the department head, and/or the graduate faculty.

 

Questions about the GRE?  See our GRE Question and Answer Page

 

The Application Deadlines and Fees Are As Follows:

 

For Spring: $20 fee if your application is in by December 1.

                  $70 fee if your application is in between December 2 through 15.

 

For Fall:  $20 fee if your application is in by July 15.

               $70 fee if your application is in between July 16 through August 1.

 

For Summer: $20 fee if your application is in by May 1.

                     $70 fee if your application is in between May 2 through June 1st.

 

Note:  Not making the late deadlines does not mean your application will not be accepted. It simply means a slower processing time as the Office of Records and Registration will be working on other issues but all application will be processed.

 

If you wish to apply:  Follow this link and I hope to see you in the program!

 

 

Other Helpful Links:

 

This is the GRE Website that will help you to register, prepare and find a location to take the Graduate Records Exam.

 

Southeastern's Graduate Programs Website is quite helpful. All pages are helpful but make a point of visiting Financial Aid and specifically the Admission page.

 

If you have any concerns do not hesitate to contact the Master of Organizational Communication Graduate Coordinator Dr. Joe Burns at (985) 549-3694 or by e-mail at jeburns@southeastern.edu.  His office is room 227 (inside 226) in D Vickers Hall.

 

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