Due to the CDC COVID-19 regulations, the Graduate College office staff will be working remotely. Please email the Graduate College or Graduate Admissions for the quickest response to your questions.
For Summer 2020 and Fall 2020 applications some programs are waiving the GRE/GMAT requirements. Please see GradCas to determine if your particular program of interest has waived this standarized test requirement.
English proficiency requirement
Missouri State is currently accepting the Duolingo English Test as proof of English proficiency.
The Duolingo score minimum requirements are:
- Undergraduate: 85
- Graduate: 100
You may send your scores directly to Missouri State University from the Duolingo website, free of charge or email your Duolingo English Test score report, including your verification link, to InternationalDocuments@MissouriState.edu. We will not require additional proof of English proficiency at this time.
Einhellig IDF information
The deadline for submitting an abstract has been extended to April 15. We are currently exploring options to offer a digital symposium. Continue to check the Graduate College homepage for updates.
Graduate College offices relocated
The Graduate College offices have temporarily relocated to Carrington Hall 419.
The catalog is an information guide to Missouri State University. The sections on University Policies, Academic Policies, and Graduate College Policies constitute the “Graduate Student Manual”. All graduate students are expected to become familiar with these policies and procedures, as they describe the rights and responsibilities of graduate students at Missouri State University. It is not possible to cover all potential situations in these pages, so graduate students (current and future) should contact the Graduate College for clarification or more information. Specific departments and graduate programs may have additional policies, procedures, and requirements not covered in these sections.
In addition to general information about the University, the graduate catalog includes a comprehensive and official listing and/or description of the following:
- academic programs and policies,
- graduate degree requirements,
- graduate courses,
- tuition and fees,
- faculty and their teaching credentials.
The University publishes a separate undergraduate catalog which includes undergraduate admission requirements, academic policies, degree requirements and faculty.
All requirements, curricula, policies, procedures, fees, courses, and other matters described in the catalog are subject to change by the appropriate action of the faculty, the University administration and the Board of Governors.
Graduate Academic Programs
Graduate College Policies Academic Policies
University Policies Colleges and Academic Units
Fees/Cost and Registration Financial Assistance