Applicants must have:
If the student has completed his or her baccalaureate degree in a country that is a signatory of the Bologna Declaration, then
The Graduate School will determine whether the general university conditions for admission have been met. The major department you select will examine the material submitted to determine the adequacy of scholastic background and to decide whether departmental facilities are adequate for your expressed aims. You will be notified by the Graduate School as to the action taken. A critical consideration in the decision is whether your academic objectives can be satisfactorily fulfilled by the graduate programs at Oregon State. Admission to OSU is competitive and meeting the minimum admission requirements does not guarantee admission.
Under special circumstances, students who do not meet the minimum GPA requirements may be considered for admission. The major department will determine if they wish to support these applicants before the Graduate Admissions Committee. The Graduate Admissions Committee may consider the following additional criteria when reviewing applications from students who do not meet the minimum GPA requirement: GRE or GMAT scores, the student's undergraduate institution, specific courses completed at the undergraduate and graduate level, and letters of recommendation from major professors or current employers.
International Student Requirements
For more information, see Admission Requirements for International Graduate Students