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Apply to M.S. in Financial Analysis


August 1st


January 2nd



We evaluate the eligibility of each candidate holistically, with specific attention to:

  • academic profile
  • professional achievements and aspirations
  • character

We are seeking students who demonstrate a large capacity for analytical thinking and interpersonal communication, and have a desire to bring ethical values to the business world.

Applications are reviewed on a rolling basis once they are submitted. This benefits early applicants.

If you have any questions about the admissions process, please contact the .

"Not only does this program allow me to quickly and more cost-effectively meet the credit threshold for the CPA exam, but it also opens up a world of opportunities."
—Kimberly Stewart


Please read the application instructions carefully before submitting your application form.

When you’ve gathered the information necessary to complete the application, please follow the steps below to apply.  

  • 1

    Complete the online form


  • 2

    Contact your references

    Please request that your three references (two academic and one personal) complete the forms below and submit them electronically to the office of Master of Science in Financial Analysis.

  • 3

    Submit your $75 application fee

    You will be prompted to pay the fee after you submit your online form. Your application will not be processed until we receive the fee.

    Pay fee electronically ➔

    The application fee is waived for partner schools as well as U.S. military personnel past and present. You will, however, still need to use the above link to register your fee waiver.

    The fee is non-refundable and may not be applied toward any future applications at any Gordon program.

  • 4

    Submit your resume/CV

    Email your resume as a PDF to msfa@gordon.edu with the subject line “Resume for MSFA applicant [insert name]”

  • 5

    Submit your academic transcript(s)

    Transcripts of all academic work completed at the baccalaureate/undergraduate level and beyond, whether or not for credit or a degree, are required. If your official transcript is not in English, it must be translated. Transcripts can either be sent:

    • electronically to msfa@gordon.edu
    • U.S. mail to Gordon College, MS in Financial Analysis, 255 Grapevine Road, Wenham, MA 01984.
  • 6

    Submit your official test score(s), as appropriate

    Whether you have chosen to voluntarily submit your GMAT or GRE score or are required to submit results from a test of English language proficiency, be sure that you not only include the score in the online form (Step 1) but also that you have the official score sent to Gordon College. Request to have your scores sent to Gordon through the links below:

    • GMAT (Gordon code: P2P-G6-07) 
    • GRE (Gordon code: 3417)
    • TOEFL (Gordon code: 3417)
    • IELTS (RO name: Gordon College)
    • PTE
  • 7

    Campus Visits and Interviews

    We encourage applicants to visit campus in order to experience Gordon’s educational approach and community firsthand. During your visit, you will have an opportunity to tour the campus, attend a class (depending on availability), and meet students, faculty, and staff. You may interview during your visit. At Gordon, we believe that strong interpersonal skills are essential for success as a leader and a team member.

    Accordingly, admissions interviews play a critical role in the evaluation process and give us a more complete understanding of you as a candidate. Although an interview is not a required component of the application, we encourage all applicants (including international applicants) to schedule an interview. Contact msfa@gordon.edu to schedule an on-campus interview. We encourage all applicants to visit campus and interview, but if you are unable to travel we would be happy to talk to you via video interview.

  • 8

    Optional: Apply for Graduate Assistantship

    Contact msfa@gordon.edu to obtain the graduate assistantship application.