Applicants are required to complete an application including an application form, a two-part essay, a résumé or CV, transcripts from all post-secondary courses of study, two letters of recommendation, test scores, and an application fee.
A checklist and additional information are included below.
- Nonrefundable application fee (U.S. $100)
- Two essays
- Résumé or CV
- Two letters of recommendation
- transcripts from all institutions attended after high school
- GMAT or GRE scores
- TOEFL scores (international applicants only)
A nonrefundable application fee of U.S. $100 must be received in order for an application to be considered. Please submit your payment through the online application system.
The Master of Science in Financial Economics requires two essays.
In 250-500 words please describe your educational goals and those academic and/or professional achievements which have contributed most to your development.
In 250-500 words please indicate your expected career track (examples include, but are not limited to, consulting, banking, asset management, research and modeling, risk management, etc.) and describe how the Master of Science in Financial Economics will help you attain your career goals. Please be specific.
Essays are to be submitted via the online application.
Applicants to the Master of Science in Financial Economics program must submit a résumé or CV that includes an applicant’s academic background and credentials, relevant experience since graduating from high school, including summer employment and paid or volunteer positions held on campus, as well as other business or academic experiences.
Your Résumé or CV can be uploaded through the online application.
Two letters of recommendation, preferably from professors who know your work well, are required. Letters of recommendation should be submitted directly by the recommender through the online application. Further instructions are available in the application.
Scanned copies of official transcripts should be uploaded to the online application. Test scores (GMAT,GRE, and TOEFL) should be self reported within the application by by inputting them into the test score section of the application. When decisions are made we will ask admitted students for official copies of both their transcripts and test scores. Decisions are not binding until these materials have been received.