Universities In The US Where GRE Is Not A Mandatory Requirement

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.

 

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