Admission Requirements for the Personal Financial Planning Doctorate Program
Admission into the personal financial planning doctoral program requires:
- An undergraduate and graduate GPA of 3.0 (B) or better. In some cases, a 2.75 will be permissible if the last 60 hours of study were at least a 3.0.
- Admission into the K-State Graduate School
- GRE/GMAT scores from within the last five years
Admission to the doctoral program is very competitive and based on a comprehensive assessment of each student's application package. Top candidates must be available for a brief telephone or Internet-based interview. Applicants must possess an undergraduate and graduate degree from a recognized and accredited institution.
The application deadline to begin the program is Dec. 1. After being admitted, students officially begin the program during the summer semester with their first on-campus session. Due to the limited number of spots available per yearly cohort, applicants must submit all required materials on or before the Dec. 1 deadline.
How to Apply
Apply to the personal financial planning doctoral program through the K-State Graduate School application process.
View detailed information about admission criteria and the application process for the personal financial planning doctoral program.