- An official transcript from all previously attended undergraduate, graduate and professional programs;
- A personal statement of approximately 500 words that identifies your academic goals, career objectives, why you are applying to our program, and the qualifications you have that make you a strong candidate;
- GRE scores from the Analytical Writing, Verbal Reasoning, and Quantitative Reasoning sections. Scores from the Personal Potential Index (ETS® PPI) on the newly revised GRE are optional. You may submit scores from the previous version of the GRE, if the test was taken within the last two years;
- Three letters of recommendation from faculty members familiar with your prior academic performance and potential for success in graduate work;
- A resume identifying and describing past academic achievements and activities (e.g., research assistantships, fellowships, internships, awards); and
- Copies of published articles and book chapters, Master Thesis, and papers presented at conferences. The applicant, at her or his discretion, may also submit course papers.
All international students must also submit the official results of the international TOEFL test.