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GRE Requirements Waived Through Fall 2021 on Master’s Applications

August 21, 2020

Filed Under: Alumni, News, Research, Students

Florida State University has made the decision to temporarily waive the Graduate Records Examinations (GRE) requirements for Master’s and Specialist applicants applying through the Fall 2021 term.

Don’t miss out on this opportunity! Begin your application to one of the College of Criminology & Criminal Justice Master’s programs today!

FSU’s College of Criminology & Criminal Justice has a master’s program to fit your individual needs and career goals.

Campus Master’s Program
Want a master’s degree, but want more than the status quo?
Our faculty engage in active teaching and research collaboration with our students creating an intellectual community. These collaborations seek to advance scholarship and policy as well as train the next generation of top-flight scholars and practitioners.
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One Year Master’s Program
Want a master’s degree, but not sure about the 2-3 year commitment?
Designed for students who wish to aspire to leadership or advanced positions, our One Year Master’s Program begins with classes in the fall and concludes with an internship in the summer – literally taking students from classroom to career in only one year.
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Online Master’s Program
Want a master’s degree, but need flexibility?
Our Online Master’s Program gives students the opportunity to advance their careers on their schedules without sacrificing the quality of their education. Students who participate in our nationally ranked online program learn from the same renowned faculty as our on campus students and can graduate without ever visiting campus.
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For more information contact our graduate studies department at crimgradprogram@fsu.edu or 850.644.4051.