Explore the Queens College’s 100+ career-building certificate and master’s degree programs programs. Some of the most popular programs are in Applied Behavior Analysis, Bilingual Education, Childhood Education (1 – 6), Counselor Education, Data Analytics and Applied Social Research, Early Childhood Education (Birth – 2), Library Science, Secondary Education (7 – 12), Special Education, School Psychology, TESOL, and Urban Studies. Whether you are pursuing your master’s degree for professional and career advancement, personal fulfillment, public service, or scholarly interest, we are here to support you as you take the first step.
Graduate Degree Programs
Some of the most popular programs are in Early and Childhood Education, and Urban Studies. You can search the complete list of the master’s degree and certificate programs offered at Queens College by visiting the Graduate Degree Programs.
To enroll in a graduate program at Queens College, you must have
- A 3.0-Grade Point Average (GPA) or above
- Three letters of recommendation
- A 500-word Personal Statement
- Official undergraduate transcripts from every college you have attended
- $125 processing fee payable to Queens College and mailed to the Murphy Institute at Queens College.
- Some programs require students to take the GRE
You must apply by completing an online application.
Effective fall 2016, all graduate programs in education require applicants to take the GRE.
Students whose native language is not English and whose post-secondary education was not in English should take the TOEFL or the IELTS. Applicants who score below a 100 on the TOEFL IBT, or below a 7 on the IELTS, will be required to register for the Graduate English as a Second Language (GESL) course during the first semester.
Tuitions & Fees at Queens College
To learn more about tuition fees and payments at Queens College, please visit the Tuition & Fees Cost page.
Financial Aid Options at Queens College
Financial Aid Options at Queens College help you best understand the aid programs at Queens College, how to apply for these programs each academic year, how to avoid a variety of problems, and how to become an informed consumer.