Limited-Residency Master of Arts Program

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It's easy to get started on your master's program using the links below.  Start out with "How to Apply" to understand requirements and deadlines you'll need to meet in order to be included in the next student orientation.  If you have questions, be sure to call us at 877-350-2100.  We look forward to welcoming you to the Limited-Residency Master's program!


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Academic Essays - School Guidance Counseling

Graduate applicants to teacher preparation or school guidance counseling programs must submit a personal statement and specific academic focus essay. ... Learn more

Admissions Essays

Master of Arts Program applicants are required to submit a personal statement and an academic focus essay. ... Learn more

Computer Literacy

Students are expected to enter the Limited-Residency Master of Arts program with a level of technology competency sufficient to function effectively in the program. ... Learn more

Course Only Students

An individual who has been awarded a master’s degree from a regionally accredited college or university may undertake coursework at Prescott College in a new area of study or as a specialization within their current discipline. ... Learn more

Deferred Matriculation

Students wishing to defer matriculation may do so by sending a written request to the Director of Admission and paying a $100 non-refundable deposit. ... Learn more

How to Apply

The application process for the Limited-Residency Master of Arts Programs will be considered complete when the applicant has submitted all the required items. ... Learn more

International Students

Applications from international students are welcome. ... Learn more

Letters of Recommendation

You must submit two letters from academic or professional sources addressing your capability to complete graduate level work through a self-directed Limited-Residency Master of Arts program. ... Learn more

Transfer Credits

Transfer credits are limited in the Limited-Residency Master of Arts Program. ... Learn more