Deadlines, Process and Requirements

Application Deadlines

Fall 2018 Semester 

The deadline for submitting applications for Early Decision matriculation and all supporting application materials is March 1, 2018.  

The Regular Decision deadline is April 15, 2018.

Supporting application materials include unofficial transcripts, letters of recommendation, and TOEFL scores (if applicable). We cannot guarantee applications not completed by these dates will be reviewed in time for the applied semester.

Due to program size constraints, we cannot guarantee that all applications submitted by the Regular Decision deadline will be considered for admission in Fall 2018. However, all qualified applicants will be considered for Spring 2019 admission. Begin your application.

Spring 2019 Semester

The deadline for submitting applications for Early Decision matriculation and all supporting application materials is July 15, 2018.  

The Regular Decision deadline is September 15, 2018.

Academic Calendar

The OMS Analytics calendar is synchronous with the Georgia Tech registrar calendar.

Application Process

The OMS Analytics program is now accepting applications for Fall 2018.
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Information Required for Application

  1. Personal information
    • Full name
    • Date & place of birth
    • Permanent & current addresses
    • Names & email addresses of recommenders
    • Criminal & academic misconduct history
    • Citizenship (View more information on accepted proof of citizenship)
    • Ethnicity (Optional)
    • Residency
    • Any U.S. military affiliation
  2. Academic history
    • Colleges & universities attended
      • You must submit official or unofficial transcripts from all colleges and universities
    • Degrees earned
  3. Background in prerequisite areas
    • Computer programming
    • Probability/statistics
    • Calculus
    • Basic linear algebra
  4. Professional resume
  5. Professional or technical certifications (if any)
  6. Most-relevant work experience (if any)
  7. Awards and recognition
    • Scholastic
    • Professional
    • Community
  8. Personal statements
    • Goals and career plans, and reason for applying to this program. Up to 4,000 characters allowed for response.
    • Other graduate programs to which you are applying
    • Statement of purpose
  9. Contact information for three recommenders
    • You should choose recommenders who know you well and can comment authoritatively on your scholarly characteristics (e.g., intellectual ability, knowledge of your chosen field, communication skills, etc.). Generally, current and former teachers and supervisors make more compelling recommenders than former classmates or co-workers.
  10. GRE or GMAT scores (Optional)
    • LSAT, MCAT, etc. may also be accepted, if appropriate.
    • For international applicants only: TOEFL score of at least 100 (unless one of the waiver options is granted)