The Master of Arts in Conflict Analysis and Dispute Resolution welcomes applicants from international students who can demonstrate graduate ability and proficiency in the English language may be offered admission.
The international student application process requires additional time to complete, so we prefer to have all forms and documents in the Admissions office by March 1 for fall (September) and October 1 for spring (end of January). We will, however, continue to admit international students as long as class space is available. Graduate students (Master's Degree) are not eligible for on-campus housing.
A professional course-by-course evaluation of all foreign academic transcript(s) is required. This professional evaluation will determine your academic level within the American system of education. The prospective student will be required to pay the cost associated with obtaining the evaluation. The cost of a course-by-course evaluation is approximately U.S. $100 to $150. The following credential services have been approved by Salisbury University:
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Salisbury University does not necessarily endorse WES or ECE. Obtaining an external evaluation service does not guarantee acceptance or awarding of credit by Salisbury. However, it has been the experience of the Office of Admissions that the university generally honors the assessment of credit to be awarded by these services.
Salisbury University accepts the following scores to establish English language proficiency:
Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL)
SCORE: 213 Computer Based Test (CBT)
550 Paper Based Test (PBT)
79 internet Based Test (iBT)
For more information, click on: http://www.toefl.org
International English Language Testing System (IELTS)
For more information, click on: http://www.ielts.org/
NOTE: Time frame for Valid English Proficiency Scores:
TOEFL scores are valid for two years from the test date.
- If it has been more than two years since you last took the TOEFL test, you must take it again to have scores reported.
* Students wishing to be considered for any of the academic scholarships must receive a minimum score of 1775 on their SAT and complete their application by March 1st.
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