U.S. citizen, full-time or part-time student status, minimum 3.25 admissions GPA, minimum 550 GMAT or for GRE 151 verbal and 152 quantitative (or have passed the CPA exam). Students receiving tuition reimbursement from their employer are not eligible for an SJSU MST scholarship.
Amount of scholarship:
Depending on need and availability, eligible students may receive a scholarship that
covers the tuition for up to 9 units.
Process: Please submit the following:
a) Complete FAFSA form. Go to the FAFSA website to learn about the FAFSA process and complete the application on-line.
b) Letter of application stating your contact information, how the partial scholarship would benefit you, your career goals, and why you are pursuing an MST degree.
c) One letter of reference, ideally from a former professor or employer who can comment on your abilities and commitment to achieving your goals.
d) Documentation of GPA and GMAT score (or passage of the CPA exam).
Please submit completed package to:
Professor Annette Nellen
College of Business
San Jose State University
One Washington Square
San Jose, CA 95192-0066
Please contact Professor Annette Nellen at firstname.lastname@example.org
Additional information on Financial Resources from SJSU
- Financial Women's Association of California Scholarship Fund
- Accounting and Financial Women's Alliance
- Cal CPA Society
- The AICPA offers scholarship programs ranging in value from $2,500 to $5,000 and given to 100 full-time accounting students.