Admissions & Aid

Applicants for the Master of Arts in Government, Master of Public Administration, and Certificate of Graduate Studies must possess an earned undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited institution or an equivalent degree from a foreign university.

Admissions Events

Attending a Regent admissions event can be one of the smartest things you’ll do as you plan to pursue your degree. Our on-campus and online events will help clarify your goals and calling while answering your questions about more practical issues like the admissions process and financial aid.

 

Admissions

Admission requirements vary by program. Select your program below to learn how to apply.

Master of Arts

Master of Public Administration

Certificates

Joint Degrees


Note:
 Army active duty, reserve and National Guard members may find detailed information on the application process through GoArmyEd on our GoArmyEd Admissions Guide.

Evaluation of Transfer Credit

The Robertson School of Government limits the number of graduate credits accepted by transfer to a maximum of 25 percent of the appropriate program. Review the Transfer Policy.

International Applicants

In addition to the typical admissions requirements, international applicants need to submit supplementary admissions requirements.

These will change depending on several factors such as your citizenship or visa status.

For more information on the graduate school admissions process for international students, visit our International Students Admissions page.

Financial Aid

A graduate education is an important investment and one that provides significant personal satisfaction and leads to potential career advancement.

Regent University offers graduate school grants, tuition discounts and scholarships for military and government employees, and participation in the federal student loan program.

In addition to university-wide financial aid opportunities and student employment through graduate assistantships, we are pleased to offer school-specific scholarships.

The Robertson School of Government awards merit-based scholarships to incoming students based on:

  • Undergraduate GPA.
  • A consideration of the academic vigor of the undergraduate school.
  • Scores on standardized tests such as the GRE or LSAT (if required).
  • Extracurricular activities and leadership experience.

Scholarships & Grants

The Robertson School of Government offers a variety of endowed scholarships.

Many of these awards have specific award criteria. All incoming and current students are considered for these awards. No application is necessary for consideration.

View a sample annual budget on our cost of attendance page.