ASU has set up agreements with leading partner universities to offer specified program options to highly qualified students that empower them to complete a degree from their home university while earning a master’s degree from ASU at an accelerated pace.
Available degree programs are specified in the agreement between ASU and the partner university. Before applying to a program, students should first consult with their home university’s International Office advisor to obtain requirements and eligible program information.
Students must meet the requirements of both their home university and ASU. Students applying to an ASU undergraduate program as a transfer student, must meet the admission criteria for that program, including English proficiency requirements.
To qualify for a master’s program at ASU, students will need proof of the required previous courses and degree earned; a minimum grade point average (GPA) of 3.0 on a scale of 4 points; and a qualifying English proficiency test score. Some programs have a higher GPA requirement. Please discuss the GPA requirements with an academic advisor.
ASU has a variety of agreements with partner universities. Students should contact the International Office at their home university to learn what partner degree program options are available to them.