Yes, this is considered a STEM program for OPT extension purposes (this is a visa issue, of concern to international applicants).
Master's Degree FAQ
Unfortunately not. Applications have to be submitted completely before the deadline of March 15th to be considered. Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and no applications will be accepted after the deadline.
Note that we need a complete application, including letters of recommendation and official score reports, before we can make admission decisions. Therefore, please give your letter writers enough time to write and mail your letters of support.
To request a fee waiver, complete the Application Fee Waiver Request on the online application form (of the graduate school). In addition, you must submit documentation that substantiates your financial hardship. Acceptable forms of documentation are FAFSA, a letter from a college/university financial aid office, receipt of GRE fee waiver, unemployment verification, or other forms that provide significant documentation of financial hardship. Do not send copies of your tax returns. All supporting documentation should be sent to [email protected] using the email subject line "Fee Waiver Materials."
If you are admitted and prompted to do so, please send supplemental
Brown Graduate School,
47 George Street, Box 1867,
Providence, RI 02912.
Please do not send hard copies of any application materials unless requested by the Graduate School.
One possible reason for this problem is that you are eligible for a TOEFL waiver, but it has not yet been processed. Contact [email protected] for handling waivers. Note that we are still able to view your application materials in the meantime.
The initial cohort of 27 students completed the program in Summer 2018. Employment information for that group is here. In 2018-2019, 38 students (of over 550 applicants) are participating. Currently, we are expecting about the same number of students (of 600 applicants) for 2019-2020.
The graduate school's contact information is on their Web page.
No. You can apply for the 5th-Year Master's Degree, but this program is not suitable for concurrent degrees.
Yes. We do not require your undergraduate degree to be four years in duration.