Procedures and Requirements
students are required to have bachelor degrees from a recognized college
or university, awarded for the completion of a four-year course.
applicants who are either U.S. citizens and legal residents,
the University's Standard Application for Admission form must
be filed by each applicant in the Registrar's office at 1325 D Street,
South East, Washington DC with the fee of $35. It may be hand delivered
or mailed, but it must include payment for the application fee.
applicants, the University's Non-Immigrant Application for
Admission form must be filed by each applicant in the Registrar's
office at 1325 D Street, South East, Washington DC with the fee of
$35, plus $135 for the I-20 Visa processing fee.
applicants must request transcripts be mailed to the Registrar from
each college attended.
having taken the GMAT or GRE may enhance the opportunity for admission
by submitting these scores.
students must be competent in English to be able to understand and
present assignments for class discussion. English as a second language
classes for five or more students are available.
accepted by the Faculty may proceed by submitting the tuition of $4,000
along with $150 for study materials for the first semester.
Total tuition for the Master's degree is $16,000.
desiring scholarship assistance should indicate this in their application
and will be promptly informed of their status. The Universitys
Board has authorized assistance for the first 15 applicants in the
amount of $4,000, $1,000 to be applied to the $4,000 tuition for each
of the four semesters. These graduate curricula have likewise been
approved by the United States Department of Veterans Affairs for Veterans
completion of all study requirements, students will have earned the
masters degree and will be awarded a diploma in an appropriate ceremony
in the Universitys Democracy Hall of Fame International on its
Capitol Hill Campus.
degree is earned by the satisfactory completion of four semesters,
each three months in length, during 12 months of full time study.
In addition to class work, students must attend 10 special Saturday
lectures by distinguished speakers and write a thesis based on research
relevant to their careers. The subject areas studied within each of
the three Colleges are as follows:
understanding of human behavior, essential for successful managers
2. Similarities and differences in government, business and nonprofit
3. Planning, budgeting, auditing and operating in the context of economic
reality, social conditions and governmental controls
4. Management principles, ethics and social responsibilities applicable
for modern globalization.
of Human Service
based principles of individual and group behavior important for service
delivery in health care, education and corrections.
of science and technology to global human service issues
3. Adopting or adjusting beliefs to service delivery strategies to
delineate and resolve conflicts.
4. Planning and evaluating prevention, early intervention and methods
intended for successful outcomes.
milestone events and leadership during the millennia that proceeded
development of democracy
2. Function and structures of western democracy during the most recent
3. Current division of power within the executive, legislative and
judicial divisions of government
4. Comparison of democracies of the world with respect to enterprise,
economics, political operations and system of values
interested in studying at International Graduate University are invited
to visit the campus, attend organization events and meet the faculty
and students. Please call (202) 544-1555 or (202) 362-7673 or email
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