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UConn provides a rich environment for graduate study, whether you are pursuing a doctoral or master’s degree, or are interested in a certificate program. Our graduate school is committed to creating a supportive network where students can pursue independent research and meet their educational goals.
First-year Admission As a first-year undergraduate applicant to UConn, you will automatically be considered for admission to the Honors Program. Your application will be thoroughly reviewed through a holistic approach, both for admission to UConn and to the Honors Program.
Admissions decision may be made in approximately three to five weeks from when the application becomes complete. International Students: This program is an online program only. Pursuant to U.S. immigration regulations, the US government will not approve an F-1 or J-1 visa for the purpose of coming to the U.S. to study with an online program.
Academics - 60% All grades, trends, and coursework on a student's UConn transcript were considered in academic review. Successful applicants exhibited strong performance in rigorous classes, especially the foundational critical courses required for all Business students. In addition to GP.
Within the School of Business, admission decisions are made by the faculty in the applicant’s area of concentration. Applicants must specify an intended area of concentration, Accounting, Finance, Management, Marketing, or Operations and Information Management on their application. Some School of Business Ph.D. requirements and deadlines are different than the UConn Graduate School.
While extracurriculars, essays, and personal characteristics are all considered important, UConn admissions places the greatest emphasis on academic achievements. Grades, test scores, the rigor of your secondary school classes, and your class rank are considered the most important factors by the admissions committee.
The application deadline for Fall 2020 admission to the JD program has been extended to July 1, 2020. In response to the cancellation of the March 2020 and April 2020 LSAT administrations, UConn Law will accept scores from both the May LSAT-Flex and June LSAT administrations for purposes of Fall 2020 admission.