Our published admission application deadlines are good guidelines, but not absolute deadlines. (See three exceptions on 'How to Apply' page.) Our Graduate Admissions Office is available to assist with any questions - firstname.lastname@example.org or 434-395-2380.
No more than nine Longwood non-degree graduate hours may be counted towards a degree, certificate or professional endorsement program. Students are expected to apply to a Longwood graduate program prior to enrolling in classes. At the latest, all application materials should be received before the completion of six hours.
Longwood offers five graduate majors with 14 different degree concentrations, 4 graduate professional endorsements, and a graduate certificate. Our programs are well-suited to the individual who is employed full-time and wishes to enroll in graduate studies on a part-time basis. Full-time study is available in the following programs: Communication Sciences & Disorders; the MBA online; Reading, Literacy & Learning; and the Education major concentrations in Counselor Education, Health & Physical Education and Special Education.