University of San Diego - Master's Degree
Established in 1949, University of San Diego began as a separate college for men and women under the leadership of Bishop Charles Francis Buddy and Mother Rosalie Clifton Hill. A little over two decades later, the two colleges united to become the University of San Diego.
Today, University of San Diego lies on 180 acres of land on a pristine canyon that is home to over 8,500 students—9% of which are international students—enrolled in its 9 colleges and schools through which the university offers 43 bachelor's and 20 master's degree programs in areas such as arts and sciences, business, education, nursing and health, engineering, peace studies, law, and theology. Settling in to your new home at University of San Diego should not be difficult with on-campus housing available to freshman students and upperclassmen alike, and a variety of campus activities organized year round to make socializing a breeze such or join any of the university's 17 NCAA Division 1 teams and or 18 sororities and fraternities.
- Minimum GPA 3.00
- Minimum incoming TOEFL iBT 83
- Minimum incoming IELTS 7.00
- Minimum incoming GMAT 500