Apply to the Graduate Program

To apply to our Accelerated M.S, M.S, or Ph.D. programs in the department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics at Oklahoma State University, please submit your application at the website of the OSU Graduate College.  To ensure full consideration applications need to be completed by a deadline of January 15. Please note that our Accelerated Non-Research MS has a rolling admission and there is no deadline for the program.

If you have more questions about the application or about the graduate program in general, please see our Frequently Asked Questions.

Supplementary Materials for you Application:

All applicants will be required to have the material into the graduate school by the deadline mentioned. Each applicant will be responsible for the following documents:

  1. GRE Scores
  2. Official transcripts from every undergraduate institution attended and for every degree awarded, including overall GPA
  3. Three letters of recommendation (There is no special format required)
  4. Personal Statement
  5. Information about any published works on which you are a co-author/author
  6. TOEFL Scores (International Applicants only)

Note: you will be required to pay the processing fee ($50 for domestic applications, $75 for international applications) at the end of the application process.

Apply Now to the OSU Graduate College

Supplemental Information:

Students accepted into our graduate program are financially supported by either a graduate research assistantship (RA) or a teaching assistantship (TA). Applicants do not need to have identified a faculty member in our program as their research mentor. Most students choose the mentor for their graduate research during the course of their first year in the graduate program. Decisions on student admission are usually made by March 1st with decision letters being mailed afterwards.  

For additional information about the graduate programs in the department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics, please contact:

Dr. Babu Fathepure, Professor - Graduate Program Coordinator
Department of Microbiology and Molecular Genetics
Oklahoma State University
421 Life Sciences East
Stillwater, Oklahoma 74078