Baccalaureate or professional degree earned from a department of approved standing
and granted by an accredited college or university.
A2.70 accumulated point hour ratio for all previous academic work or indicated performance
under Sections 5 or 6 below.
Prerequisite academic work which gives evidence that the applicant should be able
to pursue effectively the graduate work in the department
in which specialization is desired.
Acceptance by the Economics Department.
All applicants with less than a 2.70 cumulative hour ratio on all undergraduate work
are required to forward results of the Graduate Record
Examination Aptitude and/or other appropriate qualifying examinations as specific
by the Economics Department. On the basis of the results
of these examinations, the Economics Department will make a recommendation to the
It is within the discretion of the Economics department to require the Graduate Record
Examination or other qualifying examinations for all
applicants. Students with an undergraduate degree in Economics (or Business) from
the University of Toledo normally do not need to take the
GRE. The same is true for students with degrees from recognized U.S. schools. Consult
with the department's Graduate Advisor if questions
remain regarding this requirement.
International students are invited to apply for admission to the Graduate School.
In addition to the requirements for regular admission, all
students from non-English speaking countries must achieve satisfactory scores on the
Test of English as a Foreign Language and the aptitude
and advanced sections of the Graduate Record Examination. All international students
must also demonstrate that they have adequate financial
resources for their graduate education before they can be admitted. International
students are required to complete a Financial Statement
and must enclose supporting documentation. Contact the Graduate School of The University
of Toledo for current information regarding the
amount of stipends.