Graduate Studies Admissions

Graduate Studies


Eight percent of individuals in the United States have a Master's degree. It is a select group of hard working individuals who are using their advanced knowledge to rise through organizations to become leaders.  Perhaps it is time you joined this special segment of the population. At Hilbert, we engage that leadership potential within you to give you that competitive advantage. As a graduate, you will have cutting-edge skills in organizational development, ethics, program planning, research, and financial budgeting. You will gain practical, yet advanced, understanding of your career field that you can incorporate into your career immediately.

We understand the challenges adults face when they return to college and we are prepared to provide prompt, clear and accurate answers to your questions and concerns. Contact us to discuss your desire for a graduate degree. It's your time, your turn, to create a better future.  

Office Hours:
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday:  11am - 8pm
Friday: 9am - 4pm
Saturday: 9am - 2pm
Closed: Sunday and Monday                                                                                                                                                       
Mail & Visit Address:
Center for Adult & Graduate Studies
5200 South Park Avenue 
Room 166, Paczesny Hall
Hamburg, New York   14075
to learn more about the programs. 

Master of Public Administration

Master of Public Administration: Health Administration

Master of Science In Criminal Justice Administration


 Now enrolling for the cohort beginning August 19, 2015.


ATTENTION APPLICANTS:  If you have an undergraduate GPA of 3.0 or greater and complete the application process BEFORE July 1, 2015 for the August 2015 start, you will receive a 20% tuition discount off of your entire graduate program.  

Admissions Policy - To be considered eligible for entrance into the graduate MS CJA or MPA program, applicants must:

1. Complete the Hilbert College on-line graduate application.
2. Submit an admissions statement/essay specifically addressing how the program will be of benefit to you and the community that you serve.
3. Provide official transcripts from ALL prior colleges.
4. Submit two letters of recommendation from employers, professional supervisors, colleagues, or previous professors.
5. Submit a current resume.
6.Possess relevant work experience.*
7. Hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university having earned a 3.0 cumulative grade point average (GPA) or higher.* 
8. Complete a personal interview with the Director of the Center for Adult and Graduate Studies.

*Applicants who do not meet the above requirements may be admitted on a conditional basis at the discretion of the respective graduate program chair.

Graduate Admissions Process - All materials, transcripts, etc., should be forwarded to the Director of the Center for Adult & Graduate Studies.

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