School of Public Policy Admission Requirements
We are accepting applications for enrollment. GMAT/GRE/LSAT standardized test requirement now optional for Fall 2020 application. Please contact our admissions office for any questions.
See Your Future Differently From Here
We take a holistic approach to evaluating your application and consider several factors (see checklist below), including your coursework and grade point average, test scores, career interests, recommendations, community service, and leadership activities. If you are coming directly from an undergraduate institution, we will place greater emphasis on your undergraduate records and GRE scores rather than work experience.
Our Admission Committee reviews applications for fall admission only following each of our completion deadlines and typically notifies applicants of its decision in less than two weeks. We look forward to answering your questions: email@example.com or 310.506.7493.
Learn all about the application requirements for applying to the Pepperdine School of Public Policy below.
All application information that can not be submitted online should be mailed to:
School of Public Policy
Office of Admission
24255 Pacific Coast Highway
Malibu, CA 90263-7493