Final Deadline Extensions for Fall 2021 Master’s Applications

We are pleased to share the news that several more Graduate Center master’s programs have extended their application deadlines for Fall 2021.

The following programs now have a May 15th deadline:

  • Comparative Literature
  • Data Analysis and Visualization
  • Digital Humanities
  • Philosophy
  • Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences
  • Women’s and Gender Studies

The following programs now have a June 1st deadline:

  • Biography and Memoir
  • Classics
  • Data Science
  • Liberal Studies
  • Middle Eastern Studies
  • Nanoscience
  • Political Science

For more information, please see our deadlines and requirements page.

If you would like to be considered for Fall 2021 entry into any of these programs, please get your application completed by the new deadline. We encourage you to contact us in the Office of Admissions with any questions.

2 thoughts on “Final Deadline Extensions for Fall 2021 Master’s Applications

  1. Chernoh M. Bah

    I was a student at the New York City College of Technology and I just graduated with a Bachelor’s degree in Computer System Technology(CST) and my area of study was Information Technology and I wish to apply for a graduate study to proceed on my course. However, my GPA is 2.53 and I am looking forward in getting a college for admission.
    I will like to get advice from you for any direction.
    Thank you.

    1. Gerry Martini Post author

      Good morning Chernoh,

      IT programs tend to be at other CUNY schools than The Graduate Center, so I would suggest you browse all CUNY schools’ graduate programs here:

      For many of them a 2.53 is going to be a bit low, but you should reach out to the programs you are interested in to discuss this (and of course you can help offset a low GPA sometimes if the rest of your application is fantastic).

      Thank you.
      -Gerry, Office of Admissions.

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