Fitchburg State University, situated in Fitchburg, Massachusetts, is a public institution dedicated to integrating high-quality professional programs with strong liberal arts and sciences studies. Established in 1894, the university presently has more than 40 undergrad programs and 22 graduate degree programs, and 7,500 full and part-time students.
The most competitive majors at Fitchburg State are Nursing, Communications Media (counting Film and Video Production), Education, Business Administration, and Industrial Technology. Fitchburg State University offers 56 undergrad majors and concentrations in 25 departments from Biology to Pre-Professional Programmes.
The university likewise offers more than 40 graduate and certificate programs. The university no longer requires the GRE and GMAT for entrance. It likewise offers undergrad certificates in Business Administration and Web Development, both of these are 100% online only.
The leadership training program is the Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (R.O.T.C.) Program. The R.O.T.C. program comprises classes on military science, leadership labs, physical fitness, teamwork, and practical exercises intended to show both the theory and the practice of leadership. R.O.T.C. events are incorporated into the college plan.
R.O.T.C. is the entryway to future accomplishment as an officer and leader in careers such as cyber and network defense, learning to fly and being a leader in army aviation, medical and nursing, military police, military intelligence, learning to lead at ground level in the infantry, cavalry, artillery and more.
Continuing Education gives various pathways for career improvement. Candidate can pursue a college degree or certificate online or on campus. The adaptable scheduling and convenient online and night class conveyance fit with the work/life balance.
Professional Development programs are a good opportunity for career professionals to develop extra abilities for their current career paths. Lifelong Learning Enrichment programs promote self-improvement and aptitude advancement through a robust offering of non-credit courses.
The Division of Academic Affairs gives leadership and organizational support to student learning and faculty development. Students can get to the Provost’s office, as well as the divisions, offices, and campus centers that are administered by the Division of Academic Affairs. The department of English Studies offers yearly scholarships to qualified students. Some of them are The Colin Bourn Scholarship, The Louis P. Shepherd Memorial Scholarship Award, and The Robert E. Cormier Scholarship.
Some notable alumni are Michael Bavaro, a filmmaker, Ethan F. Becker, a speech coach, Robert Cormier, an author, Paul Coyne, a TV producer/editor, and Patricia Deegan, a disability-rights advocate
|MBA - 1 Course||IELTS - 6.5 & Above|
TOEFL - 79 & Above
|MS - 2 Courses||GRE - Accepted|
IELTS - 6.5 & Above
TOEFL - 79 & Above
|Other Courses - 1 Course||TOEFL - Accepted|
SAT - Accepted
|Documents||SOP - Not required|
LOR - Needed for all courses
Essays - Not required
CV - Needed for all courses
Additional documents - Required
|Application fees||USD 40|
|Type of deadline||Regular|
|Intake Season & Deadlines||Fall - 15ᵗʰ Mar 2020|
Spring - 1ˢᵗ Oct 2020
|MBA - 1 Course||24 Months||INR 1.9L|
|MS - 2 Courses||24 Months||INR 2.1L - 2.3L|
USD 2,920 - 3,186
|Other Courses - 1 Course||4 Years||INR 5.2L|