Supporting Information for Graduate Admissions


Applicants are responsible for submitting official transcripts from all post-secondary schools attended. Note: An official transcript is one which has been signed by the registrar, carries the school seal and has been sent directly from the school to the Graduate Admissions Office. All credentials become the property of the University and cannot be returned to the applicant. Foreign educational credentials must be submitted with a certified English translation and may require evaluation by a NACES- approved agency.

Graduate entrance examinations

Required entrance examinations should be taken far enough in advance of your anticipated enrollment date so that the scores can be received and evaluated prior to the beginning of the semester. Official test scores for all entrance examinations must be sent directly to the Graduate Admissions Office at the appropriate campus. Please be sure to use the correct campus code number. Information on the various examination programs can be obtained from the Graduate Admissions Office or by contacting the appropriate testing service.

  • Educational Testing Service (ETS) for
    • GRE (Graduate Record Examination)
    • TOEFL (Test of English as a Foreign Language)
    • PRAXIS (Professional Assessments for Beginning Teachers)
  • The Graduate Management Admissions Council for GMAT (Graduate Management Admissions Test)
  • Pearson for MAT (Miller Analogies Test)

Campus codes

Entrance Exams Florham Campus Metro Campus, online,
and all off-campus sites
GRETOEFL, and PRAXIS 2262 2263
GMAT-MS Accounting J6X-HG-50 J6X-HG-50
GMAT-MS Supply Chain Management J6x-HG-78 J6X-HG-78
MAT 2336 1394


Letters of recommendation

Letters of recommendation are required for most graduate degree programs. Please check the requirements specific to your intended Graduate Program of interest: Letters of recommendation can be requested directly through the Graduate online application portal once your application has been submitted.


Personal interviews are not generally required but may be requested as part of the admission process.  Please check the requirements specific to your intended Graduate Program of interest:

Applicants whose native language is not English

All applicants whose native language is not English, and have not earned a degree at an English-speaking college or university, are required to provide a qualifying English proficiency score in accordance with the University’s English Proficiency Policy.

Graduate scholarships, grants, assistantships, fellowships, and internships

Graduate scholarships, grants, assistantships, fellowships and internships are available, and are awarded to part-time and full-time graduate students on a competitive basis. Please contact the appropriate academic school or department for details.

Financial assistance and payment plans

A variety of student loan programs are available for graduate students who are attending the University on a matriculating or non-matriculating basis. For information, please contact the Office of Financial Aid. The University also participates in corporate reimbursement programs and offers a deferred payment plan for students whose companies reimburse them for their educational expenses. Installment payment plans are also available to assist graduate students in meeting their educational expenses. For information, please call the Office of Enrollment Services.