Frequently Asked Questions
Q: I've missed the two deadlines to apply. What can I do to still enter the Applied Program?
A: Please contact Dr. Norrbin at email@example.com
Q: I am not able to enter the program in the fall. Can I enter the Applied Program in the spring or the summer?
A: Yes, but the program is sequential so it might make the program take more than a year to complete. Please contact Dr. Norrbin at firstname.lastname@example.org so that he can look at your particular situation.
Q: Will I be disadvantaged in the program because I have never taken upper-level mathematics courses like Calculus, Calculus II, Linear Algebra...?
A: No, only a basic Calculus course (either Calculus I or Business Calculus) is sufficient for the Applied Masters program. Higher level mathematics courses are not useful for the program.
Q: How many students normally participate in the Applied Program each semester?
A: About 20 students are admitted each academic year.
Q: Will I be able to retain a job and still participate in the Applied Program or will my workload prevent me from working?
A: There is no prohibition against working while participating in the program; however, we generally discourage students from working many hours off-campus so that they may have ample time to devote to the curriculum.
Q: How do I apply to the scholarships and/or financial assistantships that FSU has to offer?
A: You are automatically considered for department funding when you apply to the Applied Masters program. If you are interested in student loans then visit http://www.finaid.edu/
Q: How do I qualify for the Graduate Assistantship
A: Each applicant is automatically considered for potential graduate assistantship funding.
Q: If I am an international student is my application still automatically reviewed for financial assistance?
A: Yes, but you should consider that financial assistance is only available for in-state tuition waivers.