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Admissions and Financial Aid

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Undergraduate Admissions

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Leading tomorrow's advances

Quinnipiac engineers graduate with the vision, skill and the drive necessary to make their mark and meet the challenges in their fields head-on.

Join the next generation of engineers

You’re eager to take your place here. We can help you. Our admissions counselors will answer any questions you have about each of the programs offered in the School of Engineering, as well as help you choose the right discipline based on your individual talents, strengths and career goals. They’ll also guide you through the admissions process, and answer any lingering questions about program requirements.

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Graduate Admissions

The School of Engineering offers a master's degree in cybersecurity. The program is completed entirely online, and teaches IT infrastructure, networking technology, database security, cryptography and the advanced cyber operations management skills needed to assume a leadership position in the rapidly evolving field of cybersecurity.

Financial Aid Information

The Quinnipiac University Financial Aid Office works with all applicants to ensure that they receive the maximum state and federal aid for which they are eligible. In addition, the office coordinates institutional aid resources to make a Quinnipiac education affordable. This year, 89 percent of the student body received financial aid through a combination of grants, scholarships, student loans and on-campus jobs.

Undergraduate Financial Aid
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