Important Dates:

  • Priority consideration for financial assistance (February 1)
  • Complete application deadline (June 1)
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Admission Requirements

Applicants should fulfill all of the following requirements:

  • Applicants should have completed, with a grade of C or better: intermediate-level courses in microeconomic and macroeconomic theory, at least one course in calculus, and at least one course in statistics. Additional mathematics courses are strongly recommended. 
  • 3.0 overall GPA
  • GRE General Test scores (GMAT scores accepted in extraordinary circumstances)
  • TOEFL of 90 (International Students)
  • 3 letters of recommendation 
  • Personal Statement
  • Resume

Applications will not be considered submitted and complete until all materials are added.

Financial Assistance

Financial Assistance is awarded on a competitive basis.

Domestic and International Students: applications must be complete and submitted (including GRE/TOEFL) by February 1 for full consideration of financial aid.

The department awards two types of financial assistance:

  • Partial tuition waivers (scholarships).
  • Graduate assistantships that require the student to do part time work (between 5-20 hours per week).

Diverse domestic students may qualify for aid through the Diversity Enhancement Pathway.

In addition to these awards the university funds several loan programs for graduate students. Qualified students may obtain federally guaranteed student loans and participate in the federal College Work-Study Program. Small short-term loans, supported by funds donated by alumni, faculty, and friends of the university, are also available.

Please visit the Graduate School website for more details.