Admission to USD is based upon evidence of the applicant’s fitness to succeed in, benefit from, and contribute to the university community. Consideration is given to past academic performance, test scores, recommendations, a personal essay and other information the candidate provides on the application for admission. A freshman applicant is currently in high school or has graduated from high school but has not enrolled in a regular (non-summer) session at a college or university. If you've completed college courses during high school (through summer after graduation), you're still considered a freshman applicant. UC San Diego admissions is selective with an acceptance rate of 36%. Students that get into UC San Diego have an average SAT score between or an average ACT score of The regular admissions application deadline for UC San Diego is November The average GPA at University of San Diego is (Most schools use a weighted GPA out of , though some report an unweighted GPA. With a GPA of , University of San Diego requires you to be near the top of your class, and well above average. Your transcript should show mostly A's. Rolling admissions, allow you to start your University of San Diego online Master's degree program in any semester. See all requirements.
Please refer to the department or department Web site of the program to which you are applying for the appropriate admission deadline. Applications that are received by the departments priority filing date will be given careful consideration, but please note that a program might be filled before the final filing date. Applicants are expected to ensure that all supporting credentials are received in the Office of Graduate Admissions by the final filing date.
Applications will not be accepted after the final filing date indicated below. January 5 MA in International Relations: Priority March 1, Final: Rolling admissions on a space available basis after priority deadlines. May 15 MS in Accountancy: Rolling admissions on a space available basis deadline. MS in Supply Chain Management: Rolling admissions on a space available basis after deadline.
MS in Real Estate: May 15 MS in Global Leadership: December 1 MA in Leadership Studies: November 20 and January 15, Final: March 1 Preliminary Administrative Services Credential: August 10 Preliminary Single Subject Credential: July 1 Preliminary Multiple Subject Credential: March 1 and November 1 Doctor of Nursing Practice: March 1 Doctor of Philosophy in Nursing: October 1, Round 2: December 1 MS in Global Leadership: December 1 MS in Accountancy: December 8 Preliminary Single Subject Credential: December 1 Preliminary Multiple Subject Credential: November 1 Term of Matriculation: In exception MA in International Relations: March 1 MS in Accountancy: Rolling admissions MS in Taxation: April 20 Preliminary Single Subject Credential: May 1 Preliminary Multiple Subject Credential: May 1 MA in Leadership Studies: April 1 All deadlines are subject to change.
Please refer to program website for further information. In addition, they must have all application documents on file and be accepted to the program no later than Aug. Materials to be Submitted by Applicants for Degrees, Credentials, or Certificates Applicants must make sure that all of the following materials are submitted to the Office of Graduate Admissions in order for their applications to be reviewed.
The Application for Admission.
University of San Diego Requirements for Admission
The stipulated Application Fee. This is a nonrefundable fee and is subject to change. International students must pay in United States currency. An official transcript from each college or university attended, documenting every course taken beyond the high school level whether or not within a degree program and all degrees awarded. Applicants for the School of Business are required to submit two professional letters of recommendation.
Personal statement or research interest statement. Certain programs require multiple statements. Please refer to the departmental website for more detailed information. Standardized admission test scores when required by department see program sections and Admission Tests below.
Admission Tests Some departments require applicants to submit the results of one of the standardized tests see Additional Requirements for Admission in the program sections. Registration forms, fee schedules, available test dates and additional information for these tests can be found through the testing service Web sites. International Student Applicants The University of San Diego welcomes applications from international students who can demonstrate their ability to undertake graduate work successfully in the United States.
Applicants for admission from foreign countries must give evidence of eligibility for university entrance by furnishing official records covering all collegiate work as well as academic recommendations. International applicants are required to have course-by-course transcript evaluations performed by an independent credential evaluation service such as World Education Services, Inc.