Be a LION. Not a Number.
At major universities or in large-scale online programs, graduate students can feel faceless – only represented by their student ID or simply faceless icons on a screen. At Piedmont University, the graduate student experience is defined by small class sizes that allow students to receive personalized attention and create meaningful relationships with professors and fellow classmates. Whether online or in-person, very few, if any, universities can provide the personal experience and quality education offered at Piedmont.
Plus, Piedmont University now offers a personal concierge to help you navigate your graduate education experience. Reach your peak at Piedmont University.
Use the drop down to select from the appropriate program to apply:
Which Degree Level?MBACertificate of Logistics & Supply Chain Management
|Program||Online or In-Person||Time to Completion*||Cohort Option|
|Master of Business Administration (MBA)||Online||18 months|
|Certificate of Logistics & Supply Chain Management||Online||6-8 months|
|Master of Arts in Education||Both||16 months||Available|
|Master of Arts in Teaching||Both||16-20 months||Available|
|Education Specialist||Online||20 months||Available|
|Doctorate of Education||Hybrid||< 72 months|
|Education Endorsements||Online||12 months|
|Master of Arts in Professional Counseling||Online||28 months|
|Master of Science in Speech-Language Pathology (Fall 2023)||In-Person||24 months|
|Master of Science in Athletic Training||In-Person||24 months|
|Master of Science in Health and Human Performance||In-Person||14 months|
*Time to completion based on full-time enrollment. For some programs, credit hour requirements vary by concentration.
At Piedmont University, we're dedicated to helping you navigate the college experience—from admissions to the classroom and all the way through to graduation. We have provided a toolkit at the link above for your convenience. Please, feel free to reach out to your enrollment expert if you have any questions or concerns.
Want to know more? Piedmont offers weekly virtual seminars so you can learn more about the graduate education experience you can expect at Piedmont University.
How To Apply
Those interested in a graduate program, whether on-site or online, need to complete an online application for their specific program of study. A $25 non-refundable application fee is required upon application submission. A $50 non-refundable fee applies to the EdD program application.
Each of our graduate programs has unique admission requirements related to the application process. Review specific admission requirements for your program of interest.
Also, and as with any of our graduate programs, please submit your application as soon as possible. All graduate deadlines are rolling deadlines. Please don’t hesitate to apply and if you have any issues with your application before the published deadline, please contact us as an extension may be available.
Most graduate program application deadlines are as follows:
- Spring Semester: December 1
- Summer Semester: May 1
- Fall Semester: July 30
Select programs have alternative start dates:
- MS in Athletic Training Application Deadline: May 1
- Educational Leadership Certification Application Deadline: May 1
- On-Campus Educational Specialist Application Deadline (Fall start only): July 30*
*Students pursuing this degree online – programs begin every semester
- Doctorate of Education (Fall start only) Application Deadline: June 1