Carson-Newman University Resources
Graduate Studies - Find information about C-N graduate programs, admission process, and financial aid options.
Graduate Catalog - 2016-2017 Graduate Catalog
Gradschools.com - Find details about schools and programs that you may be considering.
Peterson's Education Center - Graduate school information, test preparation, and scholarship/financial aid information.
Graduate Guide - Graduate school information, test preparation, and scholarship/financial aid information.
Princeton Review - Graduate school information and assistance with test preparation - including tutoring.
Online Master's Programs - Information on online graduate programs.
Ask your professors. They will be knowledgeable about the programs that are in your field and that may be right for you.
Visit the Student Success Center on the 2nd Floor of the Library.
Talk to people in your field of interest, as they may have been through graduate programs themselves. Check with our Alumni Office for potential contacts.
Visit graduate schools directly. If you find a program or two that look interesting, go for a campus visit. Talk with program coordinator about the program requirements, costs, fellowship opportunities, etc.
Once you have done your research, you can then begin narrowing down your list. When trying to choose programs, consider the focus of the program, course/thesis requirements, opportunities for practical experience, prestige of institution, size of program, faculty, and the future prospects for graduates. Since competition for admission to graduate school is often intense, you may want to include alternative choices to help ensure your admission.