Do I Have the Time and Money?

What is the value of a graduate degree? Is it worth pursuing?

It can be, if you want to stand out from the crowd. Only about 12 percent of the US population over age 25 have earned graduate degrees. They enjoy higher median weekly and lifetime earnings, and suffer lower rates of unemployment.

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Invest in yourself! Compared to our institutional peers, graduate tuition is very affordable at WSU. Financial aid is available for graduate students, from student loans to scholarships and out-of-state tuition waivers for students from other states and international students.

How do I juggle graduate study with the rest of my life?

Most WSU graduate programs provide flexible formats, designed to fit the schedules of working professionals.

You may be able to pursue your degree at either a full-time or part-time pace, or switch between the two from term to term. Many programs offer courses online or in a hybrid format that cuts down on required classroom time.

Whether the program is offered at our Ogden or Davis Campus, there is a program that offers the scheduling flexibility to meet your needs.

Is grad school for me?

Find out who chooses grad school and why, along with what program might fit you best.  

Do I have the time and money?

Discover the value of a graduate degree in today's job market, and explore the affordable and flexible options available at WSU.

How do I apply?

Learn about the general application requirements for WSU's graduate programs.