In the Add Program tab on the application, click the icon for each program you wish to apply to.
Please note that you will be assigned only one 10-digit USC ID number.
USC offers a number of dual degrees that allow students to enroll in two degree programs simultaneously.
Applicants to dual-degree programs must apply separately to each program and be admitted to both programs.
The CAS ID is required only for technical support during the application process and is not issued by the university.
You will receive an email with your 10-digit USC ID only after you submit your application.Unless you applied more than five years ago, transcripts and test scores already received by the Office of Admission will be kept on file and do not need to be sent again.You will need to send us any new test scores and transcripts for coursework you have completed since your last application.Please contact your academic department for more information.Leaves of absence must be approved and processed through your program of study.The Notification status page on your application will include the following updates: * Receipt of transcripts uploaded on the application. If you studied overseas, please review our country-specific requirements for more information about degree equivalency.Please be advised that many USC graduate programs have their own set of admission criteria, in addition to the minimum eligibility requirements noted above.Please review the list of programs for which we accept a separate application here.You can apply to a maximum of three separate graduate programs for a single term.You should receive a confirmation email with your 10-digit USC ID number within three to four days of submitting your application.The USC ID number is not the same as the CAS ID assigned when you begin your application and shown in the top right-hand corner of your application.