UMass Lowell offers flexible, high quality and affordable graduate programs that support skill development and career advancement.
All Graduate Applicants: UMass Lowell Graduate Admissions offers rolling admissions for all programs except those noted below. Choose from more than 100 graduate programs, from traditional master's and doctoral to certificate and non-thesis professional science master's programs. Read about the application process and requirements.
Physical Therapy Applicants: All required documents including test scores, transcripts & letters of recommendations must be received by the Office of Graduate Admissions by Nov. 1. If not, your application will not be considered.
Psychology Ph.D. Applicants: Application deadline was Jan. 15, 2021.
Chemistry and Polymer Science Applicants: All required documents must be received by the Office of Graduate Admissions by Feb. 15, to receive full consideration for the upcoming Fall semester acceptance. Applications completed after this date will be considered for acceptance in the subsequent semester.
Leadership in Schooling Ed.D: All required documents must be received by the Office of Graduate Admissions by Oct. 15 to receive full consideration for summer (trimester) semester acceptance.
As a result of unprecedented demand, we are no longer accepting applications for the 2022 Leadership (non STEM) cohort. WE ARE CURRENTLY ACCEPTING NEW APPLICATIONS FOR THE 2022 STEM COHORT. Applications for 2023 will be accepted from Jan. - Oct. 15, 2022.
Criminology Ph.D. Applicants: Application deadline is Feb. 1 for fall admission.
Global Studies Ph.D. Applicants: Application deadline is Feb. 1 for fall admission.
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UMass Lowell offers reduced tuition options for students from New England which could save qualifying students around $4000 annually.