The MFE can be completed in 12 months of full-time coursework. Applications are accepted year-round on a rolling deadline, and up to 68 students are enrolled each year. The program begins and ends only in the spring (March), and is not available part-time. The goal of the application review process is to identify those candidates who are the strongest fit with our program. Applicants should possess:
Please note that our program begins in March of each year and that we do not have a fall intake.
We are currently accepting applications for the 2015-16 term. The application for the 2015-16 term will be open through 11:59 PM Pacific time on November 13, 2014. Please note that you may submit supplemental materials (such as transcripts, test scores, recommendation letters, etc.) until December 15, 2014.
Please note that late applicants are advised that their files may be reviewed on a space-available basis. Applications that are incomplete by December 15, 2014 will not be considered for admission for the 2015-16 term.
The application for the program beginning in March of 2016 will open on December 2, 2014. Please see the application deadlines for that term below.
Application deadlines are 11:59 PM Pacific time:
|Round:||Online application submitted by:||Application will be reviewed by:|
|One||January 15, 2015||March 13, 2015|
|Two||March 30, 2015||May 21, 2015|
|Three||June 18, 2015||August 21, 2015|
|Four||October 1, 2015||December 9, 2015|
*Slots are held open until applications from the October 1 deadline are considered and processed. Late applications are accepted through November 2, although applications received after October 1 may be reviewed on a space-available basis. Late applications will take 4-6 weeks to process from the day that they are marked "complete". Applications that are incomplete by December 15, 2015 will not be considered for admission for the 2016-17 term.
To apply to the MFE Program, applicants must submit an online application. The MFE Program no longer has a paper application.
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