A brief essay is required with all completed applications for non-matriculation. The brief essay may be included with the supplemental documents noted above or may be uploaded through the online application. The brief essay should be a personal statement expressing your professional goals and reasons for wanting to enroll as a graduate student at The College of New Jersey. For a non-matriculation application, the brief essay is typically less than 1 page. All applications should be submitted online.
Application Requirements for Non-Matriculation
Full Calendar. The Mathematics and Statistics Department offers majors the opportunity to earn departmental honors through the completion of advanced, in-depth study and research within mathematics and statistics. Students work with a faculty mentor on a research problem over the course of at least one-semester, and often a year. The official requirements are listed at the bottom of this page. Please note that department honors are not connected to graduation honors e.
Honors in English
We all write, every day: sometimes informally to friends in emails or text messages, sometimes just for ourselves, and sometimes more formally, whether it is a letter to our landlord, a job application, or an essay for a college course. Academic writing is no different. Once you start taking courses in your major, you will also learn the specific conventions particular to your discipline. Engineers need to write in ways that are different from how psychologists write.
All students who plan on taking more than three graduate courses MUST apply for admissions before they reach the 9-credit threshold. Students will not be able to register for courses beyond the 9-credit threshold. If you are not sure what your status is, you may view your academic program plan in PAWS under the academic tab or email our office at osgp tcnj.