International

Students come to Purdue’s Department of Agricultural Economics from around the world with approximately 40-50 percent of graduate students coming from outside the United States.


Basic Academic Requirements

It is important to recognize that although satisfaction of the basic academic requirements does not guarantee graduate admission; however, failure to satisfy the following requirements may lead to automatic denial of admission. 


Master's Degree Program

Undergraduate Cumulative Grade Point Average:

3.0 or equivalent required

Graduate Record Examination (GRE):

Required -- no minimum score set

TOEFL for Non-Native English Speakers:

Minimum Score Required: 550 paper score, 217 on computer-based test

TWE for Non-Native English Speakers:

4 Required

Deadline for Applications:

Fall Entry: March 1 
Spring Entry: August 1

 

Doctoral Degree Program

Undergraduate Cumulative Grade Point Average:

3.0 or equivalent required

Master's Degree Completion:

Required, with a grade point average of 3.0 or equivalent

Graduate Record Examination (GRE):

Required -- no minimum score set

TOEFL for Non-Native English Speakers:

Minimum Score Required: 550 paper score, 217 on computer-based test

TWE for Non-Native English Speakers:

4 Required

Deadline for Applications:

Fall Entry: March 1 
Spring Entry: August 1


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