Masters degrees are offered in business, education/teacher credentialing, humanities, nursing, psychology and religious studies. A doctoral degree is offered in physical therapy.
All programs except for physical therapy (DPT) admit students for Fall, Spring, and Summer semesters. *DPT admits students only in the Fall*. Deadlines are as follows:
*DPT: Early Decision Deadline for Fall: August 15; Deadline for Fall: Dec 1
At this time, Mount St. Mary’s College does not offer online courses. Some programs offer a limited number of hybrid courses (half-time in class; half-time online), but there are no courses that are fully online.
Admissions Counselors are available for in-person appointments or via phone or email. Please call 213-477-2800 or email email@example.com.
Appointments can be scheduled online or by calling 213-477-2800.
RSVP for an information session (by program) online or by calling 213-477-2800.
The length of each program varies, but most programs can be completed within 1.5-3 years if students are attending full-time.
Mount St. Mary’s College holds regional accreditation from the WASC Senior College and University Commission (WSCUC), as well as accreditation from CCNE (nursing) and CAPTE (physical therapy). Our teacher credential program is approved by the CCTC and the Marriage and Family Therapy (MFT) program is approved by the CA Board of Behavioral Sciences.
All applications can be submitted through our website by clicking “Apply Online.” After submitting your application, please make sure that you receive a confirmation email.
You can also download a paper copy of the application.
Each program has specific application requirements ? please visit the program webpage to which you are applying to learn about additional requirements.
Please have all supporting documents sent to:
Mount St. Mary’s College
10 Chester Place
Los Angeles, CA 90007
The application fee is $50, payable by check or money order to Mount St. Mary’s College.
Applicants are required to submit 2 letters of recommendation. However, we strongly encourage asking 3 individuals to submit recommendations on your behalf.
Professional and academic references are acceptable, as are letters from mentors or clergy. Letters from family members or friends are not acceptable.
Applicants must have transcripts mailed directly from any colleges or universities attended, even if transfer credits appear on the graduating institution’s records.
We still need a transcript to be requested from that institution and sent directly to graduate admissions.
Under the graduate division policy, transcripts are only considered official if they are received directly from the college or university attended. This means that even sealed copies obtained by the student will still be considered unofficial.
Each program has different testing requirements; please check with the specific program to which you are applying.
Any baccalaureate degrees completed outside of the United States must be evaluated by a foreign credential agency. A detailed, translated report must be sent directly from the agency to graduate admissions. International students must also submit a TOEFL score if their university courses were not taught in English. Please contact graduate admissions at 213-477-2800 if you have any questions.
You can check the status of your application online after you have applied. You can also reach the graduate admissions office at 213-477-2800 to inquire about completing your file. It is the applicant's responsibility to ensure that their file is complete and that all documents have been submitted in a timely manner.
Applications and acceptances may be deferred for up to one year. If you would like to defer, please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org indicating to what program you have applied and to what semester you would like to defer.
Some programs will allow students to take a limited number of classes under non-matriculating status. Please check with the program director for permission and file an application.
A student must be registered for at least 6 units per semester to be considered full-time. However, students may take fewer units depending on their program.
Please check the Office of Student Financing for the most up-to-date information on tuition, parking, and student fees.
Up-to-date information and scholarship applications.