Prior to acceptance
Where can I find information about graduate tuition?
The information regarding current graduate tuition can be found here. Make sure to click on the ‘Graduate Tuition and Fees’ tab.
Are GRE scores required?
Yes, we require scores for the GRE verbal, quantitative, and analytical tests, with the exception of the Fast Track students (see below).
Do you require official GRE test scores?
ETS submits official scores to the department electronically; for our information, please do report your scores in your application for our information. GRE scores are only valid for five years after the date of the test.
Are there any minimum GRE test scores?
We do not have a threshold for GRE scores. Higher scores obviously have a weight for our decisions.
What is the Economics Department and Major Field GRE code?
In the ETS website, Economics is listed as 1801.
What is Boise State’s Institutional GRE code?
ETS reports Boise State’s Institutional code as 4018.
What are the institutional and department codes for IELTS and TOEFL? (Applies only to international students)
The institutional code for IELTS and TOEFL is 4018. We are not aware of any department codes.
How do I qualify for Fast Track Admission (and waive the GRE requirement)?
You must have an Economics Major or Minor from Boise State, achieved a 3.5 GPA in your 300/400-level economics courses and a cumulative GPA of 3.3 at the time of application submission.
For Accelerated Students: Are there forms that need to be filled out prior to taking the Graduate Econometrics sequence?
Yes, two: (1) a Permit for Seniors to Take Graduate Classes (available on the Graduate College website) and (2) an Undergraduate Academic Adjustment form (available here) to allow specific graduate course to count for both an undergraduate and a graduate degree. Note that there are financial aid implications. If a student receives financial aid, he/she needs to contact Financial Aid after the Undergraduate Academic Adjustment form is submitted.