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  Edward J. Bloustein School of Planning and Public Policy 2003-2005 Graduate Admission Requirements  


The Edward J. Bloustein School of Planningand Public Policy encourages applications for admission to its graduateprograms from individuals who have graduated from approved institutionsand who show evidence of potential for the successful completion of agraduate program. Admission is competitive, however, and all admissionsdecisions are informed judgments regarding the applicant's previousacademic performance, standardized test scores, experience andachievements, recommendations, and other relevant data. In addition,the number of students who can be accommodated in some programs islimited.

Because admission requirements vary among theprograms, applicants should carefully review the information andinstructions provided with the application form.

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