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MS Application Requirements

Qualified applicants should have strong recommendations and have completed undergraduate-level coursework in: Statistics, Calculus, and an introductory programming course (or equivalent experience).

To apply online, visit Graduate Admissions. You'll find details about the online application process as well as the online portal for submitting your application.

Please see our Application Deadlines page for information about the Fall matriculation deadline. Students will need to submit the following by that date:

  • Application fee
  • Resume/CV
  • Personal Statement
  • Official GRE or GMAT scores are recommended, but not required
  • Official TOEFL or IELTS, if applicable
  • Transcripts
  • Three letters of recommendation

For Tufts alumni eligible for TuftsPlus and for combined degree students, the application process is simplified as follows:

  • Application fee waived
  • Two letters of recommendation (one from advisor) required

Additional information and application requirements are available on the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences website, such as:

Certificate Application Requirements

Spring: September 15 (international applicants) and December 31 (domestic applicants)
Fall: June 1 (international applicants) and August 1 (domestic applicants)

  • Application Fee
  • Resume/CV
  • Personal Statement
  • Official TOEFL/IELTS, if applicable
  • Transcripts
  • One Letter of Recommendation

Additional information and application requirements are available on the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences website, such as:

Contact

For questions about the program, contact Mary Beth Berg.

Tuition & Financial Aid

All students—including international students—who apply to the program and request consideration for financial aid are eligible to receive tuition scholarships. The vast majority of GSAS students receive at least some merit-based financial aid.

Additionally, all students are eligible to apply for fellowships, graduate assistantships, and to many other on-campus jobs.

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