Duquesne University

Programs

Undergraduate & Graduate Degree Programs, ESL Programs

Location

Pittsburgh, PA

Year Founded

1878

School Type

Private, Coed

Ranking

U.S News #148

Student Faculty Ratio

14:1

School Website

- Spotlight

Great location - Duquesne positioned directly in the center of Pittsburgh, a city in the Top 3 U.S. Best Cities for STEM Jobs.
50 STEM eligible Undergraduate & Graduate programs.
Best Value - Duquesne is No. 6 in Pennsylvania and No. 65 overall in the Best Value Schools category for 2022.
Low cost - Duquesne University is offering a 25% tuition award toward select graduate degrees.
Undergraduate annual merit scholarship between $9,000-$26,000.
24 Graduate programs offering 25% tuition scholarship

- Application Deadline

- Early Action 1: November 1
- Early Action 2: December 1
- Physician Assistant Studies: December 1
- Regular Decision: January 15
- Rolling Admission: Admission and financial aid notifications are sent on a rolling basis after January 15 (based on available space).

*The application deadline is subject to change. And each major may have different deadline. Please double check with your IPERC adviser.

- Estimated Tuition & Fees

- Liberal Arts, Education, Business, HMS, Nursing, Natural & Environmental Sciences, Biomedical Engineering, and Spiritan Division BS/BA Public Health, BS Health Sciences, BS Health Administration,and BS Pharmaceutical Sciences $45,376
- Health Sciences Professional Programs $52,120
- Pre-Profesional Pharmacy (Years 1-2) $47,686
- Music $50,488

- Scholarships

Merit-based scholarship
- Amount: $5,000 to $22,000/academic year
- Separate Application: No
- Deadline: Not applicable
Full scholarships and financial aid are not available to international students.

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- Minimum Application Requirements

GPA:
- Freshman: 3.0
- Transfer:
--3.0 for Physical Therapy, Physician Assistant, Speech Language Pathology, Forensics, Pharmacy and Education
--2.75 for Health Sciences, Athletic Training and Occupational Therapy
--2.5 for all other majors

English Proficiency:
- TOEFL 70
- IELTS 6.0
- Duolingo English Test 95 (only accepted for some academic programs)
- IPERC ACCP English Exam with scores of 70 or higher
- Compete Duquesne ESL courses

- Application Checklist

Freshman:
- Submit online application
- No application fee
- Scanned copies of official academic records from the last four years of your education
- If you have enrolled in an ESL program in the United States, you also must submit the ESL transcripts
- At least one (1) letter of recommendation
- Personal Statement which answers the following questions:
1. What is unique about you?
2. Why have you chosen this major?
3. How will Duquesne help you to achieve your academic, personal, and professional goals?
- English Language Reports (if any)

Transfer Applicants:
- Submit online application
- Original High School Transcript&Diploma
- Scanned copies of official University Transcripts
- If you have enrolled in an ESL program in the US, you also must submit the ESL transcripts.
- Course descriptions of university classes.Only classes with the equivalent of a 'C' or better will transfer.
- Official WES/ECE Credential Evaluation
- At least one (1) letter of recommendation
- Personal Statement which answers the following questions:
1. What is unique about you?
2. Why have you chosen this major?
3. How will Duquesne help you to achieve your academic, personal, and professional goals?
- English Language Reports (if any)
- Admissions Transfer Form