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Old October 13th, 2013, 05:30 PM
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Default Re: Central Connecticut state university Admission requirements

Central Connecticut State University set up in 1849 as New Britain Normal School. For admission requirement for graduate program
you must hold a gradation degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education to apply for a Master's Program, post baccalaureate teacher certification, and most other programs, a minimum undergraduate GPA of 2.70 (some programs require a 3.00) on a 4.00 point scale (where A is 4.00), or its equivalent, and good standing (3.00 GPA) in all post-baccalaureate course work is required.

As per your need here I am providing department, courses and fee detail for graduate program admission:

Ammon School of Arts & Sciences
School of Business
School of Education & Professional Studies
School of Engineering & Technology
School of Graduate Studies

Programs offered
Biomolecular Sciences
Chemistry & Biochemistry
Computer Electronics & Graphics Technology
Computer Science
Counseling & Family Therapy
Criminology & Criminal Justice
Design (Graphic/Information)
Educational Leadership
Management and Organization
Management Information Systems
Manufacturing & Construction Management
Mathematical Sciences
Modern Languages
Physical Education & Human Performance
Physics & Earth Sciences
Political Science
Psychological Sciences
Reading and Language Arts
Social Work
Special Education
Teacher Education
Technology & Engineering Education (K-12)
Anesthesia M.S.
Art Education M.S.
Biomolecular Sciences M.A.
Biological Sciences M.S.
Biological Sciences M.A.
Cell & Molecular Biology Official Certificate Program
Communication M.S.
Computer Information Technology M.S.
Construction Management M.S.
Construction Management Official Certificate Program
Counselor Education with Specialization in Professional Counseling M.S.
Counselor Education with Specialization in School Counseling M.S.
Counselor Education with Specialization in Student Development in Higher Education M.S.
Criminal Justice M.S.
Data Mining M.S.
Data Mining Official Certificate Program
Early Childhood Education M.S.
Educational Leadership Advanced Official Certificate Program in Superintendent of Schools
Educational Leadership Doctor of Education, Ed.D.
Educational Leadership M.S.
Educational Leadership Sixth-Year Certificate
Educational Studies/Discipline Specific Specialization and Secondary Education Strands: M.S.
Educational Technology M.S.
Elementary Education M.S.
English M.A.
Engineering Technology M.S.
Environmental Health & Safety: Official Certificate Program
Geography, M.S., Global Sustaniability
History M.A.
Information Design M.A.
International Studies M.S.
Lean Manufacturing and Six Sigma Official Certificate Program
Marriage & Family Therapy M.S.
Master of Arts in Teaching (MAT): Teacher Education with Specializations in Mathematics (7-12), Sciences (7-12), Spanish (7-12), English (7-12), and Technology and Engineering Education (PK-12)
Mathematics for Certified Secondary Teachers M.S.
Mathematics M.A.
Mathematics for Certified Elementary and Middle School Teachers M.S.
Mathematical Sciences Sixth Year Certificate Degree
Modern Languages M.A.
Music Education M.S.
Natural Sciences M.S.
Physical Education with Specialization in Exercise Science M.S
Physical Education with Specialization in Teaching Physical Education M.S.
Pre-Health Studies Official Certificate Program: Post Baccalaureate Certificate
Professional Counseling Advanced Official Certificate Program
Public History M.A.
Psychology M.A.
Public Relations Official Certificate Program
Reading and Language Arts M.S.
Reading and Language Arts Sixth-Year Certificate
Reading and Language Arts Official Certificate Program
School-Based Marriage and Family Therapy Advanced Official Certificate Program
Special Education: Specialization for Special Education Teachers
Special Education: Specialization for Teachers Not Seeking Cross Endorsement
Special Education: Specialization for Teachers Seeking Cross Endorsement
Supply Chain & Logistics Official Certificate Program
Superintendent of Schools Advanced Official Certificate Program
Teacher Certification Programs Post Baccalaureate
Technology Management M.S.
Technology and Engineering Education M.S.
TESOL: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages M.S.
TESOL: Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages OCP

Fees for Full-time Students
Schedule of Common Fees, Fall 2013 and Spring 2014
(subject to change)

A. TUITION and REQUIRED FEES: (per term)
Connecticut resident (undergraduate) $4,353.00
Non-resident (undergraduate) 10,105.50
Connecticut resident (graduate) 4,873.50
Non-resident (graduate) 10,600.50
Sickness Insurance 692.00
Mandatory, unless waived online at CentralPipeline prior to the start of term. Fall 2013 covers the period 8/1/13 to 12/31/13, Spring 2014 covers the period 1/1/14 to 7/31/14. If waived for Fall term, waiver automatically rolls over to Spring.
Applied Music Fee - Music 177 200.00
Applied Music Fee - Music 577 200.00
Applied Music Fee - Music 178 400.00
Applied Music Fee - Music 578 400.00
Design Lab Fee (per designated course) 65.00
Undergraduate Nursing Lab Fee, Full-time students (per term) 300.00
Undergraduate Nursing Lab Fee, Part-time students (per credit) 25.00
Cooperative Education Program Fee 200.00
Online Fee (per online course) 50.00
Late Fee (per occurrence) 50.00
Re-registration Fee 100.00
Late Insurance Waiver Fee 65.00
Bad Check Penalty (per occurrence) 20.00
Credit Card Convenience Fee (per transaction) 2.5%
Excess Credit Fees (per each credit over 18 - Undergrads) 437.00
Excess Credit Fees (per each credit over 18 - Grads) 549.00
Confirmation Deposit (non-refundable / non-transferable) 200.00
- Invoiced by Admissions upon acceptance
Standard Residence Hall 3,055.00
James Hall 3,653.00
Housing Cancellation Fee (per term), 3-4 weeks prior to the start of the term 303.00
Housing Cancellation Fee (per term), 1-2 weeks prior to the start of the term 606.00
D. MEAL PLAN Selections: (required of those in residence halls)
All Access Dining + 20 Guest Meals/term 2,198.00
All Access Dining + 20 Guest Meals/term + $100 Blue Chip 2,298.00
All Access Dining + 20 Guest Meals/term + $200 Blue Chip 2,398.00
All Access Dining + 20 Guest Meals/term + $250 Blue Chip 2,448.00

Central Connecticut State University
1615 Stanley St, New Britain, CT, United States
+1 860-832-3200 ‎

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