|Fall: Round 1 - November 15; Round 2 - January 15; Round 3 - March 15; Round 4 - May 1; After May 1 - Rolling
|Our application process for designated degree and certificate programs is through a secure, electronic submission process. The application and uploaded electronic documents will be submitted directly to the Office of Graduate Admissions via a secure, online process.
|Please list your entire work history including start and stop dates. You can upload the resume in the Employment History section of the online application form.
|Statement of purpose:
|A Statement of Purpose is required for your application. Be sure to check your academic program of interest for any specific requirements regarding the statement. If there are no specific program requirements, your statement of approximately 500 words should address your interests, academic and professional objectives, and proposed topic(s) of graduate study. Please review the academic program pages for any additional guidelines for the statement of purpose.
|Prior academic records:
|Applicants are required to upload and submit copies of transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended, whether or not the program was completed or the credit appears as a transfer credit on another transcript.
|We consider these uploaded transcripts to be “unofficial” as they are submitted by the applicant. Applicants who receive an offer of admission will be required at that time of enrollment to submit official final transcripts. An acceptable transcript is a copy of an official transcript produced by the institution.
|If submitting transcripts from a foreign institution, please reference the International Student Requirements section for detailed information on requirements.
|Letters of recommendation:
|Two official letters of recommendation are required. The recommendations must be from an individual in a position to appraise the applicant’s potential for graduate study (i.e. Manager, Professor, Mentor or etc.). Some programs have specific requirements for recommendation providers.
|Standardized test scores:
|Some departments and programs require applicants to take standardized entrance examinations such as GRE (institution code: 5246) or GMAT (institution code: QK4-4F-40) scores. Please refer to your academic program for examination requirements and waiver information.
|All applicants are required to demonstrate a level of proficiency in the English language sufficient to meet the admission requirement of the School of Business. Please reference our International Student Requirements for more details.
|Supplemental application data:
|Some departments and programs require the completion of supplemental data or submission of materials such as certificates or writing samples. Review the application requirements of your program of interest to determine if supplemental questions and/or materials are required.
|International applicants only:
|Applicants who have not completed a post-secondary degree from a U.S. institution are required to submit TOEFL, IELTS, PTE Academic, or the Duolingo English Test scores to be considered for admission. Scores may not be more than two years old. To ensure TOEFL scores are sent to GW, use institutional code 5246. An institutional code is not required to send IELTS or PTE scores to GW.
|PLEASE NOTE that the minimum English language test scores required by this program are:
|- IETLS: Score of 6.0 overall with no individual score below 5.0.
|- TOEFL: Score of 80 on the Internet exam (iBT) or 550 on the paper exam
|- Duolingo English Test: Score of 110 or higher. Scores should be sent to GW School of Business.
|- PTE Academic: Score of 53 or higher on the PTE Academic Test.
Supporting documents not submitted online should be mailed to:
The GW School of Business
Attn: Graduate Admissions
2201 G Street, NW, Suite 550
Washington, DC 20052
Contact for questions:
Hours: 9 am to 5 pm, Monday through Friday
Visit the School of Business website for additional admissions information.
The following requirements must be fulfilled: 30 credits, including 21 credits in required courses and 9 credits in elective courses.
|Analytics Edge and Data Ethics
|Programming for Analytics I
|Programming for Analytics II
|Data Management for Analytics
|Stochastic Foundation: Probability Models
|Statistics for Analytics I
|Statistics for Analytics II
|Machine Learning I
|Machine Learning II
|Business Analytics Practicum
|9 credits in elective courses selected from the following:
|Big Data Analytics
|Supply Chain Analytics
|Time Series Forecasting for Analytics
|Pricing and Revenue Management
|Social Network Analytics
|Visualization for Analytics
|Business Process Simulation
|Responsible Machine Learning