Are Standardized Tests Required for Admission?

Admission Requirements for Professional Studies

The Marist College Professional Studies non-traditional bachelor’s degree program does not require applicants to submit standardized testing scores.

Marist's Professional Studies office of admission carefully considers applicants based on criteria of prior academic performance and professional work experience that is exemplified through admissions application materials.

Student can apply for between one and three of the Professional Studies online concentrations: American Studies, Communication and the Arts, Data Center Technologies, Economics, Enterprise Systems, Information and Technology Systems, Leadership, Organizational Leadership and Communication (OLC), Professional Studies, Project Management, and Psychology.

Admission advisement if available every day over the phone or online with one of our advisors who will be able to answer any questions regarding your application for becoming an adult undergraduate student at Marist.

Contact us for more information on applying for the Professional Studies Adult Bachelor’s degree program at Marist College.

 

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