The GRE is considered an important admission criterion for students aspiring to pursue a Master’s degree in an international university. As a standardized test, the GRE is used to measure your aptitude to pursue a postgraduate program abroad. Are you aware that a few universities in the US don’t necessarily ask for a GRE score as a part of their admissions process?
In case you are a student planning to study a postgraduate program in the US and do not really want to take the GRE, here’s a list for you! Below are a few universities in the US which do not require a GRE score. Take a look!
|UNIVERSITY NAME||COURSE(S) FOR WHICH GRE NOT REQUIRED|
|California Baptist University||MS Software Engineering, MS Civil Engineering, MS Mechanical Engineering|
|California Lutheran University||MS Information Technology|
|City University of Seattle||MS Computer Science|
|Fairleigh Dickinson University||Master of Public Administration|
|Oklahoma City University||MS Computer Science|
|St. John’s University||MS Data Mining & Predictive Analytics|
|Long Island University Post||MS Management Engineering, MS Medical Biology, MS Information System, MPA|
|University of Mary Hardin, Baylor||MS Information Systems|
|Wichita State University||MS Engineering Management, MS Computer Networking, MS Computer Science, MS Electrical Engineering|
|Western New England University||MS Electrical Engineering, MS Mechanical Engineering, MS Civil Engineering, MS Industrial Engineering, MS Engineering Management|
|Murray State University||MS Applied Engineering & Technology Management, Master of Public Administration|
NOTE: All MS aspirants are advised to refer to the respective universities’ website to know accurately the standardized test score requirements.