Admission requirements: Candidates must have a master's degree in a related discipline from an accredited program and should have a minimum graduate GPA of 3.0. A college course in calculus is desirable. In addition, GRE scores in the 75th percentile or above are preferred, with an analytic writing score of 4.5 preferred. Evidence of English language proficiency is required for international applicants.
To Apply: Go to the graduate admissions website where you will find detailed application information and forms. It will be necessary to submit a statement of intent describing your background, research interests and identifying the faculty member(s) you would like to work with, a CV or resume, 3 letters of recommendation, a writing sample (e.g., first-author, peer-reviewed publication, master’s thesis, book chapter, policy brief or report, or if none of the preceding are available, a graduate course paper), official transcripts (external credential evaluation of international transcripts), and GRE scores less than 5 years old. Please submit all material online through the graduate application.
Deadline for Applications: Applications received by January 15th will receive priority consideration, applications will be accepted on a rolling basis until slots are filled.