Admissions: LLP/GCSL

Take the Next Step: Apply to the Leadership Licensure Program/Graduate Certificate in School Leadership (LLP/GCSL)

We welcome your application to the William James College LLP/GCSL. We enroll a cohort of new students into the LLP/GCSL program every summer, which starts in May. A strong applicant is one who has demonstrated excellence in their academic preparation, dedication to their personal and professional development, and commitment to community service. Be sure to make a note of application deadlines and requirements. We encourage you to attend upcoming information sessions, connect with student ambassadors, and to sign up for a virtual meeting or phone conversation with our Admissions Counselor, Julia Ogden, to learn more about the admission process.

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International Applicants

All applicants to any graduate program at William James College must have completed a four-year undergraduate degree from a regionally accredited US institution, or its equivalent, by the start date of enrollment. All applicants must submit official translations of all non-US transcripts (please refer to the online application and the transcripts section for additional instructions). Completion of an online application, submission of all required supporting documents, and an interview are required. For applicants whose primary language is not English, a TOEFL combined score (no more than two years old) of at least 637 (paper-based test), 270 (computer-based test) or 110 (internet-based test) is preferred.

Please be aware that online and blended programs like this do NOT support Student visas.

Transfer of Credit: Leadership Licensure Program/Graduate Certificate in School Leadership

Up to 4 credits of highly equivalent graduate coursework may be transferred in and credited towards program requirements. The determination of coursework equivalence is made by the program director in consultation with faculty members.