Admission requirements

In general, only students with a 3.0/4.0 undergraduate GPA will be considered for graduate admission with a 3.4-plus generally considered as competitive.  All applicants must also submit a satisfactory score for the general test of the Graduate Record Examination.  The department does not have a minimum GRE score requirement; however, scores of 160-plus for quantitative reasoning and 150-plus for verbal reasoning are considered competitive.

Applications are considered on a rolling basis without a formal application deadline.  In general, it takes approximately 45 days to process domestic applications and approximately 90 days to process international applications.  Funding through graduate teaching assistantships and graduate research assistantships are available for the most outstanding applicants.  Applicants should apply before Jan. 31 for full consideration.

Last Updated: 9/7/16 12:35 PM