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International Political Economy and Development









International Political Economy and Development at a Glance (2012-2013)

PROGRAM COSTS:
Over the past 3 years students earned an average of 17 credits per term, while in coursework. Visit our Tuition and Fees page to view the current tuition fees.



FINANCIAL AID:
In academic year 2012 - 2013, 56 students were enrolled in the international political economy and development program. 


In the international political economy and development program, 33 (61%) students had stipends, including:

  • 17 (36) graduate assistantships
  • 21 (64%) tuition scholarships
  • 2 external scholarships

 

In the international political economy and development program, 33 (61%) students had scholarships, including:

  • 17 (36%) graduate assistantships
  • 21 (64%) tuition scholarships
  • 2 external scholarships 

 

Visit the following websites regarding financial aid information:
GSAS Funding
Distinguished Fellowships



INCOMING STUDENTS

Of  111 admitted applicants, 27 (24%) made up the entering Master’s cohort.

The entering cohort had GRE score (2008-2010) ranges of:

  • M.A. students:
    • Verbal: 550-630
    • Quantitative: 680-760
    • Analytical Writing: 4-5

The average Bachelor’s GPA for incoming students:

  • 3.56 (M.A.)

 

 

DEGREES AWARDED
Fordham awarded 32 degrees.
31 M.A.
1 Certificate


Time to Degree
Since 2001, Fordham's IPED program has had:

  • 243 master’s only graduates, with a median registered time to degree of 1.7 years
  • 17 students who earned a master’s degree en route to a doctorate, with a median registered time to degree of 1.4 years

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