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Graduate Admissions & Aid

The Office of Graduate Admissions and Office of Student Financial Services are here to help you coordinate all of the procedures and requirements for application and admission to graduate school.

Our friendly and helpful graduate admissions team is invested in working with you to make sure applying to graduate school is as seamless as possible. Bay Path University offers “rolling admission” for most of our programs. This allows students to apply when they are ready, as long as space is available. When planning to apply for financial aid and scholarships, students should submit a completed application as early as possible.  

Bay Path has worked hard to offer flexible programs that bend to the shape of our students' lives. Most of our graduate programs have accelerated course schedules. These run in eight-week sessions throughout the year. In-class courses are held at our East Longmeadow and Longmeadow, Massachusetts campuses. On campus courses are usually offered in the evening or on the weekend. Some of our programs let you choose blended (online and on campus) or 100% online for course delivery. Start, or take a session off, any time you want. Our admissions team will work with you to customize your goals so that you can to get the job done. 

Questions? Need help figuring which program fits your goals? To learn more about our policies and the application process?  Reasons to go to grad school? We encourage you to contact us with any questions you might have. 

Each of our graduate programs has specific admissions requirements and multiple start dates. Review this information by choosing your program below.

Accounting (MS)
Applied Behavior Analysis (MS)
Applied Data Science (MS)
Clinical Mental Health Counseling (MS)
Creative Nonfiction Writing (MFA)
Cybersecurity (MS)
Developmental Psychology (MS)
Digital Marketing (MS)
Early Childhood Education (MSEd/EdS)
Elementary Education (MSEd/EdS)
English as a Second Language (MSEd/EdS)
Genetic Counseling (MS)
Health Science Doctorate (DHSc)
Healthcare Management (MS)
Higher Education Administration (MS)
Higher Education Leadership & Organizational Studies Doctorate (EdD)
Leadership & Negotiation (MS)
MBA Entrepreneurial Thinking & Innovative Practices
Nonprofit Management & Philanthropy (MS)
Nursing Practice Doctorate-Family Nurse Practitioner (DNP)
Occupational Therapy (MOT)
Occupational Therapy Bridge Program (MOT)
Occupational Therapy Doctorate (OTD)
Physician Assistant Studies (MS)
Reading & Literacy Instruction (MSEd/EdS)
Special Education (MSEd/EdS)
Special Education Administrator (MSEd/EdS)
Strategic Fundraising & Philanthropy (MS)