In response to current restrictions created by the COVID-19 health crisis, the Professional Master's Program has temporarily waived the GRE requirement until the Autumn 2022 application cycle. Applicants to an earlier quarter do not need to provide official GRE scores.
Students in the PMP are among the best and brightest in the Seattle area and are chosen for their software development knowledge and proven track record for setting and achieving demanding goals.
In recent application cycles, the Allen School has admitted between 25% and 30% of qualified applicants each quarter. In this section you can learn about the skills and knowledge that will make your PMP application competitive. We also describe the materials that are required as part of your online application package.
All PMP applicants must be living and working in the Seattle area at the time of their application in order to qualify for acceptance to the program. The PMP is part-time only. While those in the US on work visas are welcome to apply, those with student visas cannot be accepted.
The Professional Master’s Program has three* application deadlines per year. All application materials must be received by the deadline of the desired entry quarter:
|Application Deadline||Quarter||Quarter Begins|
|July 1||Autumn||Late September|
|November 1||Winter||Early January|
|February 1||Spring||Late March|
*No admissions or classes take place over the summer quarter.
The CSE Admissions Committee typically makes its decisions three weeks after the deadline. You will be informed of your status via email.
The University of Washington and the Allen School reaffirm their policy of equal opportunity regardless of race, color, creed, religion, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, marital status, disability, or status as a disabled veteran or Vietnam era veteran in accordance with University policy and applicable federal and state statutes and regulations. We encourage applications from women, students with disabilities, and diverse candidates. Learn more about the Paul G. Allen School's commitment to Diversity & Inclusion.