Please be sure to read this page carefully and review the Applicant Checklist, Graduate Application Materials, and Frequently Asked Questions pages for information about applying, requirements, and the application process. For more information regarding the cost of attendance, please click here (see also below for information about Financial Aid). If you are an international student, please click here for more information about the additional information that is required. If you are ready to start filling out the online application, please click here.
Minimum course requirements:
Minimum test requirements:
- PhD: Calculus I & II, Linear Algebra, Statistics, Intermediate Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Theory
- MS Finance: Calculus I & II, Statistics, Accounting, Intermediate Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Theory, Introduction to Finance
- MS Economics: Calculus I & II, Statistics, Intermediate Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Theory
- Dual MS Economics & Finance: Calculus I & II, Statistics, Intermediate Microeconomic and Macroeconomic Theory, Introduction to Finance
- 550 GMAT -- Only accepted for MS-Finance program applicants
- 300 GRE (verbal + quantitative) -- for all MS program applicants
- 310 GRE (verbal + quantitative) -- for PhD applicants
- 540 paper based TOEFL; 207 computerized TOEFL; 76 Internet-based TOEFL international applicants; We will also accept official IELTS scores. A minimum score of 6.5 is required for full admission.
- Note: These are minimum requirements and do not guarantee admission or funding.
- Fees: All students must pay an admissions processing fee of $50 through the Admissions Office.
- Deadlines: The deadline for a fall application is February 15. For spring, the deadline is October 15, although applicants for the spring are rarely considered for financial aid. PhD students are only considered for fall admittance.
- Only official copies of GRE, GMAT, and TOEFL scores will be accepted as a part of the admissions process.
- A subject GRE test is not required.
- A written sample is not required as a part of your application.
- Although not required, you are welcome to submit a resume.
- The minimum GPA requirement is 3.0 on a 4 point scale.
- The economics PhD
program offers competitive applicants an annual $15,795 assistantship plus full
tuition and full student health insurance for up to four years.
- All three MS
programs offer competitive applicants an annual $5,675 assistantship, plus up to six credit hours worth of tuition and mandatory fees and half student health insurance.
- Importantly, all graduate students,
including international ones, pay tuition at the in-state rate, provided they
are awarded an assistantship.