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Admission to Graduate Education Programs

Admission to Graduate Education Programs


The Dore' School of Graduate Studies has adminsitrative oversight over all of the graduate programs at McNeese State University. However, the day-to-day responsibilities regarding advising, curriculum, scheduling, etc. are coordinated within each academic department relevant to each program.
Familiarize yourself with the Dore' Graduate School admissions, regulations, and policies by visiting the following site addressing Graduate School Regulations in the current McNeese State University Catalog. This site contains important information regarding academic standing, course loads, student responsibilties, and graduate assistantship availabilities.
Apply for admission to the program of your choice online through the McNeese State University Office of Admissions and Recruiting page. For additional assistance with the admission process, please contact Ms. Geneva Breaux.

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Ms. Geneva Breaux
Graduate Admissions Counselor
Office of Admissions and Recruiting
(v) 337.475.5396

Privilege to Graduating Seniors

Graduating seniors who have a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.2 on all undergraduate work attempted and lack no more than 30 semester hours to complete baccaulaureate degree requirements may be allowed to register for graduate credit. In additional to an early start on graduate study, students who take advantage of this privilege are assessed undergraduate tuition for graduate credit. This arrangement is to be considered a special privilege to outstanding graduating seniors and does not imply admission to the Dore' School of Graduate Studies. The Privilege to Graduating Seniors page contains information on approval procedures and requirements while taking advantage of the privilege.