Research is vital at the early stages of your graduate school search. However, you may be wondering how exactly to conduct this research. Here are a few listings to help you quickly and effectively get started:
College Source - a database of 108,231 digital college catalogs, institution profiles, transcript keys and other critical resources.
FPU Graduate Programs are listed here.
Graduate Guide - a real-life grad student shares how she chose her graduate program.
Gradschools.com has the resources to help you at every stage of your graduate school search including applications, testing and more!
Metro.GradSchools.com allows you to find schools by metropolitan area and learning about each city.
Online and Distance Programs allow you to learn wherever you are.
The Peterson’s databases include over 50,000 accredited schools and programs, as well as more than 5,000 scholarships to help you find the school, program or scholarship that’s right for you.
Study Abroad lists programs and schools to help students gain access to international experiences.
Types of Fellowships for Graduate School lists available grad school fellowships.
Feel free to visit FPU’s Career Services library in the Student Life Office, Room 129 in the Steinert Campus Center for more graduate school resources!