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For full admissions requirements, application procedures, international student requirements, and to submit an application for admission, please visit OSU Graduate School Admissions.
For entry into the Ph.D. program starting Fall 2024, the deadline for receipt of a completed application (including letters of reference, any exam scores, and transcripts) is January 1, 2024. Highly qualified applicants are encouraged to apply as soon as possible to compete for university funding opportunities.
Applicants with a foreign BPharm degree without research experience are generally not competitive for this program.
It is not necessary to contact a faculty member prior to submitting an application. Once a completed application is received by the OSU Graduate School, it is forwarded to the College of Pharmacy Graduate Studies Committee for review by committee.
It is not necessary to contact a faculty member prior to submitting an application. A list of faculty accepting a Master's student in 2024 will be available closer to the start of the admission cycle.
We welcome applications from a variety of science and engineering majors. Successful students have entered the program with Bachelors degrees in Chemistry, Biochemistry, Biology, Molecular Biology, Psychology, Neuroscience, Chemical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Marine Biology, Microbiology, and pre-medical and pre-health sciences degrees, among others.
GRE scores are not required for applications to the Pharmaceutical Sciences graduate programs. We utilize a holistic application review that takes into account multiple factors, including field of interest, when making admissions decisions.
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