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Pathways to Admission
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Many students choose to pursue a graduate degree upon finishing their undergraduate studies. Sometimes this happens immediately following getting their Bachelor’s and sometimes it won’t be considered until years later.
Some students know that their desired career path will require it, such as Dentistry, while others may decide to extend their studies later on due to a career change or in search of more competitive pay.
Our Graduate School Consulting Services:
At Pathways to Admission, we offer a wide variety of consulting and guidance toward different types of graduate certificates. Explore all of the graduate programs and careers we’re prepared to help you pursue below.
What are Graduate Degrees?
Regardless of your reason for considering graduate school, doing so means you’ll be embarking on an academic journey to obtain an advanced degree in a specialized field of study. These fields can range from Osteopathy to Speech Pathology.
Graduate degrees, or advanced academic programs also include master's degrees, professional degrees, and doctorate degrees. Having any of the above graduate degrees means that you are specifically qualified or licensed to practice within your area of study.
How Pathways Will Help You Explore & Pursue Graduate Studies
Review the specific requirements for the graduate program of your choice
Provide academic advising and transcript review
Determine your application timeline and process for completion
Provide essay preparation
Assist with letters of recommendation
Provide interview prep (if required)
Maybe you know that you wish to continue your education, but don’t feel overwhelmed by everything that goes into the research, application and admission process. Pathways is here to help make taking the next step in your career a smooth transition..
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