Master's in Financial Crime and Compliance Management: Admission Requirements
|Online Application Form||Start application|
|Personal Statement||Detail your personal and professional goals and explain how this program will help you bring them to life.|
|Two Letters of Recommendation||Ask two professional references to provide a recommendation.|
All students entering the Executive Master in Financial Crime and Compliance Management program must hold a bachelor’s degree or equivalent with a minimum GPA of 3.0.
Applicants with a GPA below the minimum may be admitted at the department’s discretion. A GPA letter will be required.
|Work Experience||Work experience is not required.|
|Official Transcript||All students seeking enrollment must have a bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution.|
|Résumé||A detailed work history that highlights any experience that may be relevant to this program.|
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Transfer credit is awarded for courses taken at a regionally accredited college that are equivalent to those taught at Utica University and you’ve received a grade of “B” or better. Note that we require official transcripts from all colleges you’ve attended, as well as a transcript showing degree awarded.
Shortly after you receive your letter of admission, you will receive an evaluation of your transfer credits from the Registrar’s Office. If you want to review possible credit eligibility ahead of time, use TES® (Transfer Evaluation System).
If you are seeking enrollment to the Executive Master in Financial Crime and Compliance Management program as an international student, please also submit the following:
|English Language Proficiency Test|
If English is not your first language, submit your test scores for either the TOEFL or IELTS. Utica requires a TOEFL score of 550 written, 213 computer-based, 79 internet-based and IELTS of 6.0
|Official Transcripts||As part of the admissions process, we require an evaluation of your overseas degree and transcripts to determine their equivalency in the U.S. You may use the following universal organization: https://www.wes.org.|
When to Apply
You can apply right now using our online application form. We accept applications throughout the year for enrollment into our spring, summer, and fall terms. You’ll receive a response from the admissions department within 2–3 weeks.
*Application Fee Waiver Offer for the online BS in Fraud and Financial Crime Investigation and MS in Financial Crime and Compliance Management programs is valid from Nov 1-Nov 30, 2022. These waivers are valid for USA residents only. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and not a current student. These fee waivers have no cash value unless applied to the application fee.