The MSEM program operates on a rolling admissions basis, which means that you can apply at any time and begin your studies in the next upcoming term (Fall or Spring). If you are ready to begin the program but don’t have time to complete the application process, you may register as a non-degree student; for more information about this option, click here.
For general information about graduate admissions at Millersville University, click here.
To apply for admission, you must submit to the Office of Graduate Studies:
- A completed graduate application and application fee of $40 (which is paid online to the College of Graduate and Professional Studies).
- The online application includes a document upload feature for the submission of your required goal statement, an optional electronic letter of recommendation request system, and secure application fee payment processing.
- Upload your resume and professional goals statement. Your statement should include experiences which have influenced your decision to pursue graduate studies and a self-assessment of your potential for advanced study and service in your chosen field.
- An official transcript from all institutions of higher education attended; verification of completion of a baccalaureate degree from an accredited institution.
- If your undergraduate grade point average (GPA) was below 2.75, an official score from either the GRE or GMAT test that was taken within five years of the date of application. If your undergraduate GPA was 2.75 or higher, the test is not required.
- Three professional letters of recommendation from non-relatives (online, in the application system).
- International Students: Please visit the graduate admissions page for additional requirements for international students. For deadlines, please follow the deadlines recommended for the MSEM program. Please note, classes are taught entirely online and there are no required face- to- face meetings.
The MSEM program operates on a rolling admission basis, which means that you may apply at any time and begin in the next upcoming semester (Fall or Spring).
For Fall admission, it is recommended that you submit your application materials by the end of April. For Spring admission, it is recommended that you submit your application materials by the end of October. Please be sure to apply early if you are planning to go through the Financial Aid Office.
You may also begin your studies at any time as a non-degree graduate student. A maximum of nine (9) credits may be earned in non-degree status, and can be transferred and used as credit towards the MSEM degree. Non-degree applicants should complete an on-line application. You may apply as a non-degree graduate student through the online application portal. For more information about non-degree status, click here.
Fall 2012 / Spring 2013 MSEM Cost Per Semester*
PA Resident, 3-credit course
Non-Resident, 3-credit course
PA Resident Tuition
General Fee (required fee)***
Tuition Technology Fee (required fee)**
***The General Fee is a mandatory fee used to support a variety of ongoing student services and activities such as student government, student organizations, health services and wellness programs, Student Center debt service, expansion, capital replacement and maintenance. The fee is charged to all students (full-time and part-time, residential and commuting/off-campus) during all University sessions (including first summer session, second summer session, third summer session, and winter session) and at all course locations (including University Center in Harrisburg and other off-campus sites).
**The Technology Fee is a mandatory fee collected to support instructional technology.
*All fees are subject to change.