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Hilbert College Graduate Degree Programs

    Admissions for all students matriculating into a degree program is based upon past academic performance and demonstrated scholastic ability. In all cases, students are considered for admissions without regard to their age, race, creed, sex, ethnic background, or physical handicap. Some students may be asked to come for an interview to discuss their educational plans more thoroughly. Hilbert College has a rolling admissions policy and will accept applications for consideration up until the beginning of each term. Early application is encouraged as it ensures top consideration for institutional aid and residential options.

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Master of Public Administration
Master of Public Administration - Health Administration Concentration
Master of Criminal Justice Administration
Master of Criminal Justice Administration (Online)

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Hilbert College maintains rolling admission for the graduate programs on campus. Programs begin in February and August. Online progams begin 6 times a year.

Requirements for Admission:
  • Complete the Hilbert College on-line graduate application
  • Admissions statement /essay of at least 500 words
  • Two letters of recommendation
  • Official transcripts from ALL prior colleges
  • Current resume
  • A personal interview with the Department Chair
  • Baccalaureate degree with a minimum 3.0 GPA *
  • Relevant work experience*
*Applicants not meeting these minimum requirements may be admitted on a conditional basis.

If you are a goal oriented adult who can see a vision for your future, Hilbert College will get you there. It is your time, your turn, to create a better future.

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To apply for CJA-Online, you must be a New York State resident.

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The federal government has changed the way that schools track and report student’s ethnicity. Hilbert College has updated their data collection to reflect this new reporting standard. You can now declare more than one ethnicity. It is important to note that you are not required to report any ethnic or race information. In addition, any information reported to the federal government concerning ethnicity and race is aggregate information only. Individual information is never released.

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Beginning with the most recent, list all post-secondary institutions you attended for credit. Request a transcript form each institution to be forwarded to The Center for Adult and Graduate Studies at Hilbert College.

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