Attend graduate
school at ASU

Attend graduate school at ASU

Top-ranked programs

ASU’s graduate programs rank among the best in the nation. ASU offers more than 400 degree options including graduate certificates, master’s degrees, doctoral and law programs.

Internationally renowned faculty dedicated to you

ASU’s faculty will inspire you to think critically and solve problems though innovative solutions for our region and the global community

Proven job placement

Ninety-one percent of ASU’s 2015–2016 graduate studies students looking for a job received at least one offer within 90 days of graduating.

Why graduate students
choose ASU

We hear from our graduate students that they choose ASU for the quality of our graduate degrees, the close attention they receive from faculty mentors and the opportunity to advance their career and deepen their knowledge.

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Learn how and when
to apply

Find out what you need to know about graduate school admission and graduate school timelines at ASU.

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Graduate programs

You may be able to earn your bachelor's and master’s degree quicker through one of ASU’s accelerated degree programs. Interested in taking a few classes, but not ready to commit to a formal graduate degree program? Check out our nondegree options.

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FAQs

Get answers to the most common questions about ASU’s graduate admission process.

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Frequently asked questions about graduate school at ASU

Should I attend grad school?

Graduate school can be a smart option to help secure or advance your career. On average, people with a graduate degree earn more money than students with a bachelor’s degree, and have a lower rate of unemployment.

What is the graduate admission process?

When you decide on a program, complete the admission application, pay the application fee, and send your transcripts and support materials. See complete details on all these steps.

What are the requirements to attend graduate school?

You must first meet minimum university admission requirements. Each graduate degree program has its own admission standards, which may exceed university admission requirements. See your program of choice in Degree Search for its admission requirements.

What is the cost to attend graduate school?

The cost of a graduate degree varies based on several factors, including your residency status and the degree you are pursuing. Use ASU’s tuition estimator to get a good idea of what you would pay for your desired degree program.

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