How can I receive assistance in the
St. John's offers personal, one-on-one interviews with a
graduate counselor to discuss the necessary steps needed to apply
to our varied graduate programs.
- For St. John's College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, the
College of Pharmacy, and the College of Professional Studies, call
the Office of Graduate Admission at (718) 990-1601, or e-mail a
counselor at firstname.lastname@example.org.
- For The School of Education, contact Kelly K. Ronayne, D.A.,
Associate Dean, at (718) 990-2304, or email@example.com.
- For The Peter J. Tobin College of Business, contact Sheila
Russell at (718) 990-1345, or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Do I need a bachelor's degree in the
specific field in which I wish to pursue a master's
You must possess a baccalaureate degree of some type before
entering graduate school at St. John's University. Check our online
Graduate Bulletin for
specific program information.
In most cases, your bachelor's degree does not have to be
in the particular field to which you are applying. However,
you do need a sufficient number of undergraduate credits in that
field. For most programs, 18-21 undergraduate credits in the field
are required to be considered for a specific graduate program.
What should I do if I do not have 18-21
credits in the specific field in which I want to pursue a master's
If you do not fulfill the 18-21 undergraduate credit requirement,
you may have to take the appropriate number of undergraduate
courses at an accredited institution before applying to St. John's
graduate programs. Most universities/colleges will allow you to
take courses on an undergraduate level without moving toward a
Where do I send my supporting
documentation for admission?
Graduate Admission Processing Service
St. John’s University
PO Box 811