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Application and Admission

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As a competitive applicant, you must demonstrate—through your application, personal statement, and interview(s)—your commitment to devoting four or more years toward rigorous training and academic research as well as effective communication skills, a command of the English language in both verbal and written contexts, and the intellectual curiosity and personal discipline needed to excel in an academic career. You are encouraged to contact our faculty in your area of interest before and after you apply in order to better identify specialization areas of interest, as well as faculty researchers with whom you are likely to work.

Applicant Requirements

Completed application form, transcripts, three recommendation letters and a personal statement. GMAT is preferred, but GRE is also acceptable.

TOEFL official score report is required for students whose native language is not English. The TOEFL iBT minimum score requirement is 100.

A graduate degree (master-level) is preferred but not required.

Application Period: December 1 - January 15 

Admission Decision: By April 1

Areas admitting for fall 2019: All

 

Learn More: You are welcomed and encouraged to proactively contact our faculty in your area of interest before and after you apply (Faculty Directory: Accounting / MIS, EntrepreneurshipFinance / Statistics, Management, MarketingSupply Chain Management). This could help you better identify the specific specialization areas of most interest to you as well as individual faculty researchers with whom you are more likely to work.

Apply Online Now: We look forward to receiving your application.

Note: Applications to the Whitman Ph.D. program (and all other units) are handled centrally by the Graduate School at Syracuse University. As such, the application forms are not unique to Whitman. Your application forms, therefore, must specify clearly the area to which you are applying within Whitman.