Admission to the King Graduate School is competitive. Applicants should hold a bachelor’s degree or its international equivalent from an accredited undergraduate school and should have a demonstrated record of academic success. Depending on your undergraduate degree program and your program of interest, students may need to take foundational courses simultaneously with their Master’s course work.
There are three steps to the admissions process.
- Complete and submit your application online.
- Submit your credentials including:
- All undergraduate transcripts
- Two letters of recommendation PDF
- Current resume
- An essay of 500 words or more describing why you are pursuing a graduate degree
3. Pay your $50 Application fee (Online payment)
Once your admissions package is complete, an interview is required between every prospective student and the Dean of the Graduate School. Interviews are conducted on campus. Students who live out of the N.Y.C. area may conduct their interview over the telephone. Students applying for the Online MBA Program may conduct their interview on campus or via Skype. The admissions interview covers the following areas:
- A discussion of your educational goals, career goals and outside interests
- An overview of the Graduate Program and course requirements
- An introduction to the financial aid process and the affordability of Monroe
Please call the campus of your choice to schedule an interview.
||New Rochelle Campus:
King Graduate School – Ustin Hall
2375 Jerome Avenue
Bronx, N.Y. 10468
King Graduate School -Huguenot
145 Huguenot Street
New Rochelle, N.Y. 10801
The King Graduate School accepts applications for the Fall Semester (September), the Spring semester (April) and for the Winter Semester (January). Applicants may apply up until the semester begins but must complete application requirements, including registration before classes begin.
Once a student has been accepted to the King Graduate School, they will receive an official letter of Acceptance in the mail. They will also be given an appointment to complete Financial Aid Packaging and Registration. At Registration, students will:
- Receive a copy of their schedule
- Obtain their student identification card
- Pick up a book list and books at the Monroe bookstore
- Get ready for a successful semester of learning and discovery!
All incoming students are required to attend the new student orientation that takes place prior to the beginning of each semester.
New students that do not have an undergraduate class in the subject area are required to take the comparable foundation workshop and pass a proficiency test. All students are encouraged to take all the Foundations as a general review before taking (or even during) taking the courses they are targeted to prep for. These foundation classes are offered either online or on campus. The campus classes are offered during a weekend, either before the semester begins or early in the semester. Your admissions counselor will advise you as to which classes you may be required to take.
- FW 1 - Foundations of Business, Management and Marketing. This Workshop will cover material to prepare students for the following courses: MG 615; MG 630, and MG 660).
- FW 2 - Foundations of Accounting, Economics and Finance. This Workshop will cover material to prepare students for the following courses: MG 640; MG 660; and MG 670).
- FW 3 – Foundations of Statistics. This Workshop will cover material to prepare students for the following course: MG 620.
- FW 4 - Foundations of Graduate Writing and Research. This Workshop will be focused on developing student writing skills and introduce them to research fundamentals and basic research techniques.
- FW 5 - Foundations of Online Learning. The new MBA curriculum will place a new emphasis on on-line learning. This Workshop will prepare students to take on-line courses.