Graduate Study Admission
Admission for graduate study at IU East is granted by the program you plan to study. Because our graduate admission process is decentralized, it is important to read and understand your desired program's admission procedures, requirements, and deadlines.
Apply online for all graduate programs using our Graduate Online Application.
For additional information about your program's procedures, requirements, and deadlines please use the links below and contact the respective school with questions regarding your application.
- Graduate Certificate Composition Studies (School of Humanities and Social Sciences)
- Graduate Certificate in Online Instruction and Assessment
- Graduate Non-degree
- Master of Science in Education (School of Education)
- Master of Science in Nursing (School of Nursing)
- Master of Social Work (School of Social Work)
- Transition to Teaching (School of Education)
- Master of Arts in English
- Master of Arts in Teaching Mathematics
- Master of Arts in Mental Health Counseling
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