Admissions Requirements

AIC’s graduate degree programs are designed to give students expertise that helps them increase their earning potential and advance their careers. Plus, our supportive classroom environment enables students to network with peers in their field and benefit from a knowledge exchange based on real-world experience.

What’s more, you’ll learn from professors whose real-world experience can help you prepare for the work the world demands. Our graduate programs are designed to bring out the best in our students. And we’d love for you to join us.

Please click on the graduate degree program you’re interested in below to learn more about how to apply.

The School of Business, Arts and Sciences

Accounting and Taxation (MS)
Business Administration (MBA)
Business Administration (MBA 4+1)
Clinical Psychology (MA)
Counseling Psychology (MA)
Educational Psychology (EdD)
Forensic Psychology (MS)
General Psychology (MA)
Resort and Casino Management (MBA)

The School of Education

Education (EdD)
Education (MEd and CAGS)

The School of Health Sciences

Nursing (MSN)

Physical Therapy (DPT)

Occupational Therapy (MSOT)
Post-Professional Occupational Therapy (OTD)

International Students

AIC was founded to give French Canadian immigrants to the U.S. a comfortable place to learn. More than 130 years later, we’re still committed to providing a positive learning environment for all international students.

Please visit the Office of International Student Life for more information on getting help with problems concerning your immigration status, social and personal adjustment to life in the United States and other personal matters and concerns.

Also, please note that not all graduate programs at AIC are eligible for international students seeking an F1 visa. For a full list of programs and requirement details, please contact the Office of Graduate Admissions by email at graduate.admissions@aic.edu, or visit our contact page.

What you’ll need

English proficiency

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