No more than nine Longwood non-degree graduate hours may be counted towards a degree, certificate or professional endorsement program. Students are expected to apply to a Longwood graduate program prior to enrolling in classes. At the latest, all application materials should be received before the completion of six hours.
Longwood offers seven graduate majors with 17 different degree concentrations, 4 graduate professional endorsements, and a graduate certificate. Our programs are primarily designed for the individual who is employed full-time and wishes to enroll in graduate studies on a part-time basis. We can guarantee full-time enrollment in the Communication Sciences & Disorders major; in the English major; in the online MBA major; in the Algebra & Middle School Mathematics, Special Education, and Health & Physical Education concentrations of the Education major; and in the Reading, Literacy and Learning major. Careful planning in other individual concentrations and majors could provide full-time enrollment in individual semesters, but it cannot be guaranteed.
Our published admission application deadlines are good guidelines, but not absolute deadlines. (See two exceptions on 'How to Apply' page.) Our Graduate Admissions Office is available to assist with any questions - firstname.lastname@example.org or 434-395-2380.