Milligan College recognizes that more and more fields are calling for completion of a degree beyond the general undergraduate curriculum. To that end, we encourage our students to consider pursuing graduate degrees at the conclusion of their undergraduate course of study.
Graduate School and Seminary Fair
On Tuesday, October 14, 2014 Milligan College will host it's annual Graduate School and Seminary Fair. Seminaries and graduate schools will be on hand to answer questions about graduate education for prospective students. For more information, contact Beth Anderson or Heather Jackson.
Milligan College Graduate Programs
Milligan offers four masters degrees, including the Master of Science in Counseling, Master of Science in Occupational Therapy, the Master of Education, and the Master of Business Administration. For more information, email the GPS Office.
One of the best resources for graduate school information is your faculty. Check out the schools they've recommended for your consideration, or make an appointment to talk with them about your graduate school and career interests.
Each year, many Milligan graduates advance to prestigious and quality graduate schools and programs. Check out where recent graduates have gone.
Many graduate schools require completion of graduate entrance exams. We recommend that you review the exam website to determine what kind of preparation they recommend for the exam, then PREPARE!
Graduate Management Admission Test
Graduate Record Examination
Law School Admission Test
Medical College Admission Test
Miller Analogies Test -The MAT can be taken at Milligan College
Pharmacy College Admission Test (PCAT)
Dental Admission Test (DAT)
Optometry Admission Test (OAT)
For information about graduate exams offered at Milligan, visit the testing center.
Medical School and Health Related Fields
Master's in Nursing Directory
Directory of graduate schools offering Master's degree programs in Nursing.
Centralized Application Services
Drop-In Advising is a brief consultation with a Career Services professional on any career-related concern such as:
The Career Services professional may be able to answer your question(s) in the 10 to 15 minute session and/or refer you to our other services to address your concern. Please see below about scheduling an appointment for advising.
One hour appointments are available Monday through Friday from 9:00am to 4:00pm and need to be scheduled one day in advance. To schedule an appointment, please phone Beth Anderson at 423.461.8316 or email her.