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Applications are invited from students holding a Bachelors's or Master’s degree with a strong background in physical and life sciences, related degrees, or the D.V.M or M.D. degree and hold a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.25/4.0. The average GPA for the incoming class of graduate students is 3.4. The GRE test scores must be supplied to the Graduate School, but there is no minimum score. Advanced placement can be accomplished by the transfer of relevant course work to Oregon State University provided these courses meet the basic objectives of the EMT Graduate Program and are approved for transfer by the research (thesis) advisor, Dept. Head, and the Graduate School.
A student interested in the graduate program is encouraged to contact the Director of Academic Programs.
Applicants to the Toxicology graduate program must have*:
*Students who do not meet all of these requirements may be admitted if their academic record is otherwise outstanding.
In addition to the regular Graduate School application process, the application also includes:
Statement of Objectives indicating particular fields of interest. This is normally completed as part of the online application but may be uploaded separately into the application.
December 31st is the closing date for M.S. and Ph.D. applications for the following Fall Term with full consideration for financial aid and research assistant appointments. Students may be admitted for other Terms, following review of the application materials by the Admissions Committee.
Complete the online application.