A bachelor's degree, or its equivalent, from a recognized
institution of higher education is required of applicants to the
Graduate School-New Brunswick. An average of B or better in previous
academic work is expected. Additional evidence of potential for
graduate study must be demonstrated by letters of recommendation and by
scores on the Graduate Record Examination, which all programs require.
Applicants should refer to the current application form and
instructions for the specific requirements and prerequisites of each
program. The applicant's character, integrity, and fitness to practice
a particular profession also may be considered in the admissions
process. Admission is competitive, and some applicants who meet or
surpass minimum requirements may be denied acceptance. Admission is
recommended by faculty of the graduate program that a student seeks to
enter, and it must be approved by the dean of the Graduate School-New
Brunswick or the dean's representative.