Programs at Suffolk are all about experiential learning, and taking advantage of the variety of industry right on the University’s doorstep. Students of Sawyer Business School tackle real business problems with real clients as part of their degree, while the Broadcast Journalism program gives its scholars the chance to take to the airwaves before they even graduate.
Under the guidance of nationally recognized faculty members and industry professionals you can immerse yourself in the subject of your choice. With 16 STEM majors, and a variety of study areas across the College of Arts and Science, Law School and Sawyer Business School you’ll be encouraged to make the city of Boston your own personal classroom.
All information is provided as a guide and does not guarantee entry. Admissions decisions are at the discretion of the university.
If you have taken a similar or equivalent course at a college or university you may be eligible to apply to transfer to Suffolk University. Students are usually notified of their transfer credits by email within 15 days of receiving an offer. More information on transfer applications can be found on the Suffolk website.
Academic entry requirements
- GPA 2.5 with 24 or more transferrable credit hours
- GPA 2.7 with fewer than 24 transferrable credit hours - high school and university coursework will be evaluated
English language requirements
- TOEFL 79
- IELTS 6.5
- Duolingo 120/160
How to apply
Apply via INTO Global Application
High school diploma; 2.7 GPA on a 4.0 scale; optional SAT or ACT can be used in lieu of English proficiency.
English Language Requirements
TOEFL 79, IELTS 6.5, IELA 176, Duolingo 105, or Completion of Academic English Level 6.
28 August 2024
14 January 2025
Pricing for this Program is currently unavailable.
- The city of Boston is your campus with 9 academic and administrative buildings and 5 residence halls located in the heart of downtown
- Students are exposed to internships and employment opportunities as soon as they begin their studies, over 70% of students complete an internship before they graduate
- 92% of Suffolk graduates are working or in graduate school within one year of graduation
- Suffolk Law is the only law school in the nation to be ranked in the top 35 by U.S. News & World Report in all four experiential skills areas for six years running (2017-2022)
- Students can choose from 60+ undergraduate programs and 50+ graduate programs with a 13:1 student-to-faculty ratio in all classes