Monthly Archives: October 2011
The most common form of funding is a Research Assistantship (RA). Funding is limited to those interested in doing research and writing a thesis. Master’s students who are interested in continuing to the PhD would have priority. Both domestic and international students are eligible … Continue reading
The online application includes a Financial Aid Questionnaire. If you indicate in the questionnaire that you are requesting funding, you will be considered.
No, the department does not allow conditional admission, all application materials must be received before your application will be reviewed. If you want to be considered for funding, it is especially important for your application to be complete by the … Continue reading
The CEE department is in the process of revising some of our admission requirements, and possibly the degrees we offer. We should have more information up on our website in the next few weeks. Unfortunately, we don’t have any specific information … Continue reading
The department does not have a minimum score requirement. The GRE will be taken into consideration when the review committee assesses your ability to succeed in the graduate program. It is an important component of your application.
The department typically only admits students for autumn quarter. Many of our classes are offered in sequence, so it’s very difficult to start a different quarter.
Please refer to our website for more detailed information: http://www.ce.washington.edu/prospective/grads/apply.html
Your application will not be reviewed before the deadline, so no, it does not help your chances of being admitted by applying early. However, it does help to know you have all your application materials in, and your application marked complete … Continue reading
The application DEADLINE is January 10, 2012 for Autumn 2012 admission. Please refer to our website for more detailed information about the application process: http://www.ce.washington.edu/prospective/grads/apply.html
It depends… Currently, students enrolled in the on-campus Professional Master’s Degree program pay $500 per-credit. The master’s degree is currently 42 credits, so the cost of the Professional Master’s degree is $21,000 (for 42 credits). Student fees are not included … Continue reading