Graduate Students

Pursue your career in confidence at Humphreys University.

Our programs are the next step in continuing your education to reach personal or professional goals. Humphreys University provides you with career connections so that your future in education is within reach.


Requirements for Admission

MBA, MA Ed, and Teaching Credential Students

Step 1

Complete application for admission and pay $40.00 application fee.


Step 2

Submit one sealed, official transcript shows proof of an earned bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution. Minimum 2.75 undergraduate cumulative GPA is required.
Students with a GPA of 2.0 to 2.75 may be admitted provisionally based on the recommendation of the admission committee. Students who are provisionally admitted must achieve a minimum 3.0 GPA in their first eight units of graduate coursework in order to continue. Additional documentation may be required.


Step 3

Students must provide proof of an advanced writing course, with a grade of B- or better, or a passing score on the CBEST, or a passing score on the Humphreys University Writing Proficiency Exam.


Step 4

Written Personal Statement. In 500-1,000 words, discuss the distinction between graduate-level academic work. Evaluate yourself as a student, and identify your skills and traits which will lead you to success in a graduate program, as well as areas where you might need assistance or growth in order to meet the demands of graduate study.


Step 5

Complete the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA) and call Humphreys University Student Services Department to make an appointment.


Step 6

Call an admissions counselor to complete the process and register for courses.


Applicants interested in the Credential Program must also submit the following:

All teaching credential applicants must successfully complete a pre-admission interview during which the University will document the prospective candidate’s suitability for a career in the profession.

  1. Proof of the California Basic Educational Skills Test (CBEST) registration or verification of passed (CBEST)
  2. Proof of California Subject Examination for Teachers (CSET) registration or verification of passed CSET
  3. Verification of negative Tuberculosis test reading
  4. Three letters of recommendation
  5. Current resume or Curriculum Vitae (include three references)
  6. Evidence of a baccalaureate  degree from a regionally accredited college or university
  7. Certificate of Clearance


Application Deadlines

All information must be submitted by the following deadlines in order to be considered for admission. An admission committee will only review complete applications.

Fall Quarter: September 10
Winter Quarter: December 10
Spring Quarter: March 10
Summer Quarter: June 10

Need Help?

Contact our Admissions Office

Stockton Admissions Office
(209) 478-0800

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Modesto Admissions Office
(209) 543-9411

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