The Bard–Levy Master of Science in Economic Theory and Policy offers an Early Decision deadline of November 15 and a Regular Decision deadline of January 15. Merit scholarship preferences will be given to those students applying for Early Decision. However, all applicants are eligible for financial aid after submitting the necessary forms. Applications will be reviewed on the individual's merits and accomplishments both in and outside the classroom.
- a baccalaureate or equivalent degree*
- should have college-level calculus (multivariate), economics (intermediate microeconomics and macroeconomics at a minimum), statistics and/or econometrics,
- two or three 300-level economics electives, and/or relevant courses.
B.A./M.S. 3+2 Program
TuitionTuition and program fees for the 2014–15 academic year are:
Registration Fee: $100
Facilities Fee: $150
Health Services Fee: $470
Financial AidThe Levy Institute M.S. program provides need-based financial aid. A number of merit-based scholarships are available through the Levy Economics Institute. VIEW MORE >>
Health InsuranceAll students must carry health insurance while enrolled at Bard.
Bard Basic Insurance: $1,402/year
Students may opt out of Bard Basic Insurance only if they already have adequate health insurance coverage.