Campus-based Application for Communication & Leadership
Communication & Leadership Studies MA Degree
We welcome qualified individuals of varied backgrounds who hold baccalaureate degrees from accredited colleges or universities. In accepting applicants, the features of the program are matched with the needs, abilities and goals of the individual.
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Application Mailing Address:
Gonzaga University - School of Professional Studies/COML
502 E. Boone MSC 2616
Spokane, WA 99258
ALL of the following items must be submitted to the above address:
Completed Electronic Application (log in to ZagWeb), along with a non-refundable $50 fee made payable to the School of Professional Studies (for campus-based students). Online only students have a separate application process, view online information here.
A written Personal Statement from the applicant which:
- describes the applicant's interest in the Communication and Leadership Studies degree,
- assesses the applicant's strengths, and
- describes what the applicant hopes to gain from this graduate degree;
Two Letters of Recommendation from an employer, professional colleague, or major professor which evaluate the applicant's ability and capacity to complete a graduate degree (use the Confidential Recommendation Form);
Official Transcripts from each college and university attended (international applicants must submit foreign transcripts in the original language and an English copy);
The Official Score from the recommended MAT (Miller Analogies Test) or the GRE (must be less than five years old), a requirement which can be waived if the applicant has an advanced degree;
A Resume of professional experience.
International Students must also submit:
Foreign transcripts in the original language mailed directly from the institution.
- Officially evaluated transcripts using WES or ECE sent directly to Gonzaga.
A Financial Declaration Form and supporting bank statement.
Official TOEFL score for applicants whose native language is not English (minimum score of 580 written, 213 computer-based or 88 iBT). Or, IELTS score of 6.5 or higher.
NOTE: International students can not receive an I-20 from enrolling in the online program; they must take courses at the Spokane campus. For more information on the International Student Program please call (509) 313-6563.
502 E. Boone Ave.
Spokane, WA 99258-2616
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