Fall 2020, spring 2021, and summer 2021 applicants will be able to apply for graduate
programs without the entrance exams.
You may be looking into graduate study because you’re ready for a career switch. You
may be seeking advancement in a job you already love. Whatever the motivation, you
have something in common with all grad students, both former and current, at Clayton
State: great, dedicated passion for your field.
The School of Graduate Studies supports that passion through master’s degrees in fields
ranging from health care to business to education and beyond. You’ll work with faculty
members known for their success both in scholarship and teaching, who can help you
focus on and prepare for your professional goals. As you work toward your dream, our
staff will be there to answer your questions and help keep you on track for graduation.
Degrees That Reach Goals
Each of the eight master’s programs at Clayton State will challenge your critical
thinking and research skills and will ask you to delve into the discourses of your
field. From this, you’ll develop deeper understanding of your subject matter as well
as the confidence to contribute to the field as a scholar—confidence you’ll take with
you into the next stage of making your dream real.
Our program directors work with you to make sure that you take the courses you need
for your degree plan. They’re experts at navigating program-completion requirements
and can help keep you on track as you work toward graduation.
Fund Your Degree
We know a graduate degree is big investment. That’s why one of the ways we support
dreams is by making sure you have access to the financial aid resources you need,
such as loans and scholarships, as well as opportunities to participate in assistantships.
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Wednesday & Thursday: 9 a.m. - 5 p.m.
Friday: 9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
University Center (UC) 205
School of Graduate Studies
Clayton State University
2000 Clayton State Boulevard
University Center 205
Morrow, GA 30260
"“I chose to return to Clayton State [for graduate study] because I genuinely enjoyed
the culture and environment here on campus. I have developed strong relationships
with many staff and professors here at the university.”"
-Mariama Dallo '18 BBA in Management
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