Frequently Asked Questions
Is this a full-time or part-time program?
This is a full-time program. Students take two 8-week courses each semester.
What is the average age of the student?
Most of the students joining the Program are working professionals. They have a wide range of work experience ranging from those with a few years to those in the middle of their careers looking for a change in their professions.
Do I have to take the MAT, GRE, or GMAT?
No, you are not required to take an entrance exam for acceptance into the Program.
What is the minimum GPA La Salle University looks for to be accepted?
We usually require a 3.0, but take all credentials into consideration.
How long after my file is complete will I hear a decision and how will I be notified of the decision?
Usually within two weeks you will be notified by mail.
What are the deadlines for each semester for applying?
We have rolling admission, but three weeks before the start of classes is the usual deadline.
Is financial aid available?
Part-time students can apply for need-based financial aid. For more information on financial aid or to apply for a Federal Stafford Loan and the Additional Unsubsidized Loan Program, please contact the Student Financial Services office at 215.951.1070, or click here.
Veterans’ benefits are available for graduate studies. Students who qualify for benefits should contact the Registrar’s Office at 215.951.1020. Information for full-time and part-time students is available. Please visit our Yellow Ribbon Program site for more information.