Prospective Students


Whether you're just finishing high school, looking to transfer from another college or seeking a high-quality graduate school experience, the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences has an astounding array of opportunities available for you.

Check out our Facts and Rankings page, Student Profiles page or Student Blog to find out why students are choosing the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences. Or, browse our Alumni Profiles to see where EPPS graduates are now.

Explore our Programs and Degrees and Certificates available to find the place that's right for you. And if you have questions, don't hesitate to contact one of our outstanding advisors.

Did you know that you can start working on your master’s degree while finishing your undergraduate degree in EPPS? The program, called Fast Track, allows seniors to take a maximum of 15 semester hours of approved graduate courses in EPPS during their senior year. These graduate hours may be used to complete their bachelor’s degree and to satisfy requirements for their master’s degree. (Interested students must apply prior to the final 30 credit hours of work for their bachelor’s degree.)

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EPPS Links

EPPS Undergraduate Brochure
EPPS Prospective Student Presentation
EPPS Class Observation Request (sit in on a real college class!)
EPPS Facts & Rankings
EPPS Degrees & Certificates
EPPS Undergraduate Advisors
EPPS Student Profiles
EPPS Student Blog

EPPS Alumni

Graduates of the School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences can be found, literally, around the world. The interactive map below allows you to zoom in on any area - within the U.S. or abroad - to find out where EPPS alumni are now.

EPPS Alumni Profiles are another way to learn more about what our graduates are doing and advice they have for current students.

Visit our Alumni & Friends web page to learn more.