Applications are invited from all individuals holding Baccalaureate or Master’s degrees with strong backgrounds in the physical and life sciences. Completed applications must include all undergraduate and graduate transcripts, three letters of recommendation, GRE scores, and a statement describing the individual’s scientific interests and professional goals. The program requires a minimum undergraduate GPA of 3.0/4.0 and a minimum GRE Quantitative percentile score of the 60th percentile. The average GPA for current graduate students in the Environmental and Molecular Toxicology program is 3.3 and the average percentile score for the Quantitative GRE scores is the 70th percentile. GRE subject tests are not required. International students whose primary language is not English must submit TOEFL scores.
If you’re interested in our graduate program, we encourage you to let us know by giving us your name and contact information. You are welcome to arrange a visit with us to tour our facility and talk with students and faculty. For additional information please contact the Director of Graduate Programs.
Application Deadline is December 15
To be considered for traineeships, research assistantships and teaching assistantship please be sure your application is complete by January 15th. Complete the online application at the NCSU Graduate School web site; (see “apply online” link below). For individuals who are unable to complete the online application, a paper application can be obtained at the NCSU Graduate School web site. We do not accept applications for Spring Semester Admission; our course sequence requires students to begin in the Fall Semester. Applications submitted after January 15 may only be considered based on assistantship availability.
Codes needed for GRE and TOEFL applications:
GRE code: 0219
NCSU Institution Code: R5496
TOEFL Dept. Code: 99
We are working to build a community that is inclusive and welcoming to all people, including those with disabilities. Please visit the Disability Services for Students web for information about eligibility, documentation, and accommodations.