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Why study with Navitas at UMass Dartmouth?
Faculty includes worldrenowned educators and researchers.
Navitas provides students with a ‘soft-landing’ in the USA by providing both
excellent academic and pastoral care support for all of our students.
Multiple intakes: flexibility of three intakes each year, with the option to begin
your studies in September, January or May.
Great value for the money, with competitively priced tuition fees. I-20 issued by the university, one visa for full duration of study.
Study/live on the university campus with full access to university facilities.
Flexible entry requirements. No SAT or ACT required for entry. 


Undergraduate Programmes

■■ Bachelor of Science in Accounting
■■ Bachelor of Science in Finance
■■ Bachelor of Science in Management -- Leadership -- Entrepreneurship and small business
■■ Bachelor of Science in Management Information Systems
■■ Bachelor of Science in Marketing
■■ Bachelor of Science in Operations Management

■■ Bachelor of Science in Bioengineering
■■ Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering
■■ Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering
■■ Bachelor of Science in Computer Science
■■ Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering
■■ Bachelor of Science in Mechanical Engineering
■■ Bachelor of Science in Physics
■■ Bachelor of Arts in Crime and Justice Studies
■■ Bachelor of Arts in Economics
■■ Bachelor of Arts in English, French, Spanish or Portuguese
■■ Bachelor of Arts in History
■■ Bachelor of Arts in Liberal Arts
■■ Bachelor of Arts in Philosophy
■■ Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
■■ Bachelor of Arts in Psychology
■■ Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
■■ Bachelor of Arts in Women’s and Gender Studies

■■ Bachelor of Science in Biology or in Marine Biology
■■ Bachelor of Science in Chemistry or in Biochemistry
■■ Bachelor of Science in Medical Laboratory Sciences
■■ Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science in Mathematics
■■ Bachelor of Fine Arts in Art Education
■■ Bachelor of Arts in Art History
■■ Bachelor of Fine Arts in Artisanry -- Ceramics -- Jewelry/Metals -- Textile Design/Fiber Arts
■■ Bachelor of Fine Arts in Painting/2D Studies
■■ Bachelor of Fine Arts in Sculpture/3D Studies
■■ Bachelor of Arts in Music
■■ Bachelor of Fine Arts in Visual Design -- Digital Media -- Graphic Design -- Illustration -- Photography
 

Graduate Programmes

Master of Business Administration
Available concentrations

■■ Accounting

■■ Environmental Policy

■■ Finance

■■ Health Systems Management

■■ International Business

■■ Marketing

■■ Organizational Leadership

■■ Public Management

■■ Supply Chain Management and Information Systems

■■ Sustainable Development

Master of Science (MS) in Civil and Environmental Engineering

Master of Science (MS) in Electrical Engineering

Master of Science (MS) in Mechanical Engineering†

Master of Science (MS) in Computer and Information Science

Master of Science (MS) in Physics

Master of Science (MS) in Computer Engineering

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Entry Requirements

UPP (Standard) First-year university courses Academic: completion of
Year 12 with a GPA of 2.5
(or equivalent)
English: ELTS 5.5 with no
band lower than 5.0 (or
equivalent - see page 22 for
additional information)
This program is equivalent to the first year of selected degree
programs at UMass Dartmouth. To progress to the second
year of your degree, during the UPP you must complete 10
courses equal to a minimum of 30 credit hours and achieve a
GPA of 2.5. These courses are usually completed within three
semesters (one year).
UPP (Mixed English) Academic English and firstyear
university courses
Academic: Completion of
Year 12 with a GPA of 2.5
(or equivalent)
English: IELTS 5.0 with no
band lower than 4.5 (or
equivalent - see page 22 for
additional information)
UPP (Mixed English) combines UPP academic courses with
English language studies. During your first semester you
will take one academic course plus 10 hours per week of
Academic English.
PMP A one semester Preparation
course for graduate
students, leading to UMass
Dartmouth’s MBA or Master
of Science programs.
Academic: a GPA equal to a
2.6 on the USA scale of 4.0
English: IELTS 6.0 with no
band lower than 5.0 (or
equivalent - see page 22 for
additional information)
This program is designed for students who have completed a
bachelor’s degree but need additional academic support to
gain entry to a UMass Dartmouth MBA or MS programs. To
progress to the second semester of the MBA or MS program
you must complete all PMP courses with a minimum GPA of
3.0 with no grade less than a B-, as well as provide a GMAT
of 400 or better for the MBA program.
English
language qualification
UPP
Mixed English entry
UPP
Direct entry*
PMP
Direct entry†
IELTS 5.0 with no band lower than 4.5 5.5 with no band lower than 5.0 6.0 with no band lower than 5.0
TOEFL - iBT 59 69 72
GCE O-levels D C n/a
SPM D7 C5 n/a
HKDSE English: Level 2 English: Level 3 n/a
HKALE n/a English ‘D’ Grade n/a
Pearson Test 46 (with no band lower than 38) 50 (with no band lower than 45) 56 (with no band lower than 45)
* The English language entry requirement for the UPP may be waived if the language of instruction was English for your previous studies.
† The English language entry requirement for the PMP may be waived if a students post-secondary degree was studied in Australia, Canada, Ireland, New Zealand,
South Africa, UK or USA. Information listed above is correct at the time of printing. Navitas at UMass Dartmouth regularly reviews English language and academic entry
requirements. Any changes will be listed at umd.navitas.com/apply-today/admissions-requirements.

Dates and Prices

 

SPRING: JANUARY SUMMER: MAY FALL: AUGUST

Fees and charges for the 2014/15 academic year*
Program Normal duration Cost per program (US$)
University level programs
UPP Standard program fee 3 semesters $25,340 (30 credits)†
PMP program fee 1 semester $12,650
Additional English language programming
Mixed English Program fee (MEP) 1 semester $3,500 (plus additional cost of UPP Standard program)
Other university fees
UPP Standard university fee 3 semesters $6,276 (per semester)‡
PMP university fee 1 semester $3,065 (per semester)
$6,505 (per semester)‡
Health insurance (mandatory) Annual $2,220
* Fees and charges are subject to change without notice and annual increases can be expected around July each year. Actual program costs may be higher or lower
depending on specific course choices. †The program fees are based on $844.67 per credit. Students may incur addition fees based on their assessed academic need.
‡ These fees include on campus accommodation and meal plan. PMP students have the right to arrange alternative accommodation, Navitas must be notified 4 weeks
prior to semester start date.
Program fees include:
■■ Transcript fee
■■ Orientation fee
■■ On-campus accommodation
■■ 19 meal plan
■■ College fee
■■ Program fee
■■ Access to UMass Dartmouth
facilities and support services Health insurance In accordance with the State of Massachusetts Qualifying Student Health Insurance Program, all Navitas USA students must join the UMass Dartmouth Student Health Insurance Plan.
Please note: The following items do not meet the state’s criteria for comparable insurance coverage:
■■ foreign (international) health insurance
■■ uncompensated Care Pool (free care)
Additional costs
In addition to your tuition, accommodation and meal fees, you will need to plan for other expenses that can include books, transportation, telecommunications, recreation and entertainment. Costs will vary depending on your personal requirements.

Program fees include:
ƒ. full tuition and orientation program
ƒ. access to UMass Boston facilities campus center, library, athletic center, computers, etc)
ƒ. participation in UMass Boston students clubs and associations
ƒ. UMass Boston academic and career advising, housing, international student advising, IT services and other services available to all students on campus
ƒ. twenty-four hour access to on-campus security department
ƒ. access to UMass Boston health services (additional fees may apply). Health insurance In accordance with the State of Massachusetts Qualifying  Student Health Insurance Program, all Navitas USA students must carry health insurance. Therefore, if you do not have health insurance under another plan with comparable (equal or better) coverage, you must join the UMass Boston Student Health Insurance Plan. Please note: The following items do not
meet the state’s criteria for comparable insurance coverage:
ƒ. Foreign (international) health insurance
ƒ. Uncompensated Care Pool (free care)
Additional
In addition to your tuition and other fees, you will need approximately US$12,000 to US$15,000 to meet your living expenses each year. Typical expenses include accommodation, meals, books, stationery, transportation, utilities, telecommunications, recreation, and entertainment. These will vary according to your individual requirements. Please remember that living in the metropolitan area might make it tempting for you to spend more, so you should plan your expenses according to your budget. 

 

 

 

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