|The Department of Biological Sciences offers both Masters and Doctoral degrees, and is comprised of faculty from both Biological Sciences and Biomedical Sciences (OU-COM). Graduate degrees are structured into three areas of biology:|
|In addition, a non-thesis masters of science is offered to elementary and secondary school teachers.|
|Graduate Program Admission|
Applications for admission must be received by the Department of Biological Sciences by January 8th to be considered for both admission and funding for fall semester of the following academic year. All admissions are based on a hierarchal ranking of students and, if the student requires financial aid, on the availability of funding. Application materials should be sent well in advance of the due date. Decisions regarding admissions will be made by the Graduate Committee by March 1st.
|Step 1: |
Visit the Graduate application website where you can apply online. Through the online application process applicants can request letters of recommendation and upload a Personal Statement. If you are unable to apply online, you may complete a paper application and mail it to the Graduate College address below.Step 2:
Request GRE and, if applicable, TOEFL/IELTS scores to be sent directly to Ohio University (Institution Code: 1593).Step 3: Request official transcripts be sent to the Graduate College from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended. International candidates should consult Ohio University's graduate application website for specific requirements pertaining to the documentation of international degrees.
|Graduate College mailing address|
Athens, OH 45701 If you have questions, you may email the department or call (740) 593-2290