Three-* or Four-year Bachelor’s degree with a B+ average, or recognized equivalent from an accredited institution.
* Three-year degrees are accepted, UK, Australia, New Zealand, and Europe. If your country or region is not listed here, email us for clarification.
Due to the rigorous nature of the program, it is strongly recommended that applicants have some exposure to university-level courses in topics like statistics, calculus, and linear algebra (or other courses in mathematics and statistics). Experience in computer programming, data analytics or mathematical modeling is also an asset.
Candidates with a lower academic average may be accepted if they have significant professional experience and/or a high GMAT/GRE score.