If you’re interested in Suffolk’s graduate programs, we highly encourage applying as early as possible.

By applying on or before the application deadline, you’ll get the added benefit of priority consideration for admission, financial aid, and even merit funding. We also recommend that international students submit early and well in advance of the stated application deadline.

We will continue to consider completed applications received after the priority deadline on a rolling basis for most of our graduate programs. The deadlines for the doctoral programs are hard deadlines and students completing after those deadlines will not be considered for the fall cohort. The round deadlines for Counseling, Medical Dosimetry, and Radiation Therapy are also hard deadlines and students completing their applications through the materials due dates will be considered in the next round if there is space available.

Take note of the key application dates for Suffolk graduate admissions below and be sure to apply early.

Best of luck to all our prospective graduate students.

Application Deadlines

The majority of our programs offer admission in both the fall and spring, and many offer part-time admission in the summer. These applications are considered on a rolling basis, but we recommend that candidates apply by the following dates:

Start Term Recommended Submission Dates
Fall semester March 15, June 15th, then rolling
Spring semester October 15, then rolling
Summer semester April 1

*For optimal course selection, fall applicants are encouraged to submit by June 15th.

The programs below offer fall admission only. Admission is considered on a rolling basis, although we encourage applicants to submit by the following dates:

Program Recommended Submission Dates
Master of Management Studies  March 15
Executive MBA June 30
Online programs Summer: May 5
Fall: August 19

The following programs also offer fall admission only and adhere to the noted deadlines:

Program Deadline
PhD in Clinical Psychology December 3 (supporting materials due by December 10)
PhD in Applied Developmental Psychology January 15 (including all supporting materials)
MS in Mental Health Counseling and MS in Mental Health Counseling Dual Degrees Round 1: February 1
Round 2: April 1
Applications received after April 1 will be reviewed on a rolling, space-available basis
MS in Medical Dosimetry Round 1: September 1
Round 2: January 15
Round 3: April 1, considered on a space-available basis
Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Radiation Therapy Round 1: September 1
Round 2: January 15
Round 3: April 1, considered on a space-available basis

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