Biological Sciences - International Students
The Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences offers graduate research training and coursework for public school teachers who wish to improve their knowledge and skills, for students preparing to enter doctoral programs, for students who seek additional training and coursework prior to applying to professional schools, and for those who plan to seek employment with private industry or with a wide variety of state or federal agencies. The department offers graduate courses in plant/animal/human biology, environmental science, and wildlife biology. The MS and MED degrees are offered for biological sciences.
The department will accept a passing score of the TExES for Life Science 8-12 #138 in place of the official GRE. The Statement of Intent is a letter containing the following information: A. The type of degree you wish to pursue: Thesis, Non-thesis, or Online, B. Academic and career goals, and C. Area of interest in biology (ie. Cellular and moleculare biology, Ecology, Wildlife Biology, Genomics, Oncology, Microbiology, etc.). If necessary, the department may call for a personal interview with the applicants.
Required Documents for Admission
Application Packet Submission Deadline:
Application Packet Submission Deadline Information:
- To be considered for the spring semester, the deadline is October 1
- To be considered for the summer semester, the deadline is February 15
- To be consider for the fall semester, the deadline is May 15