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Office of Graduate Studies

What We Do: 

The Office of Graduate Studies oversees admissions for graduate students, graduate assistantships allocations, and processes and approves all documents for graduate students.

Services we offer: 

Students:

  • Admissions
  • Graduate assistantships
  • Graduate scholarships
  • Processes and approves graduate student documents

Faculty: 

  • Reviews and approves graduate documents

Contact Information: 

 

  • Cathryn Brooks-Williams, Graduate Affairs Coordinator

 

  • Germaine Alarcon, Administrative Assistant to Faculty Research Committee and Graduate Studies

Office Hours:

Monday through Friday, 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. in Sininger Hall Suite 210


Q: Where do I find the graduate application?

A: We are no longer using paper forms. Please apply here: https://apply.nmhu.edu/apply/

Q: What are the tuition and fees?

A: Current tuition and fees are online at www.nmhu.edu/office-of-the-registrar/tuition-and-fees

Q: What is the GPA requirement for admissions?

A: 3.0

Q: What is the application deadline?

A: Please see the deadlines below:

MFA in Cultural Technology & Software Systems Design

  • Candidates should submit the following by March 15th via an emailed link to mariahfox@nmhu.edu and mlbasler@nmhu.edu
    1)  Complete Application form2)  Application fee3)  Official transcripts

    • Personal Objective Statement/essay (600-1,000 words) demonstrating writing capabilities, which addresses the following: purpose in seeking an MFA in Cultural Technology degree at NMHU Media Arts & Technology, research interests, personal and technical strengths; what you bring to our program.
    • Link to an online portfolio of best/relevant work, including detailed descriptions (2d work: 10-20 samples, video: not more than approximately 5 min. reel) which demonstrates proficiency, research or exploration in: photography, videography, digital imaging, writing, exhibition, design, code, games, or hardware projects
    • Link to an online portfolio of best/relevant work, including detailed descriptions (2d work: 10-20 samples, video: not more than approximately 5 min. reel) which demonstrates proficiency, research or exploration in: photography, videography, digital imaging, writing, exhibition, design, code, games, or hardware projects

    Three (3) letters of reference from individuals familiar with the students’ abilities, work experience, and personal characteristics

    • Resume/CV
    • A phone or video interview may be requested before final acceptance.

Natural Sciences with concentrations in Environmental Science and Management, and Geology

  • First Friday in September for spring admissions
  • First Friday in February for fall admissions

Master’s in Business Administration

  • Fall semester-May 15
  • Spring semester- November 15
  • Summer semester-April 15

Natural Resource Management

  • Fall semester-First Friday in April 
  • Spring semester- First Friday in November

Counseling and Guidance

  • Fall semester-April 15
  • Spring semester-October 31
  • Summer semester April 15

Q: Are official transcripts needed?

A: Yes, official transcripts are required from all schools attended.