Ohio University holds a world of opportunity for students seeking high quality graduate degrees.
- A U.S. bachelor’s-equivalent degree from a government-recognized/accredited institution.
- A U.S. bachelor’s degree represents four years post-secondary education following 12 years primary/secondary education.
- U.S. bachelor’s and master’s-equivalent degrees from government recognized/accredited institutions.
- Applicants applying to Au.D., D.P.T., and Ph.D. programs in Biological Sciences, Chemistry, Communication Studies, Environmental and Plant Biology, Mathematics, Molecular and Cellular Biology, Physics and Astronomy, or Psychology, are not required to hold a U.S. master’s-equivalent degree for admission.
- Grade Point Average: Successful candidates are students who have excelled academically. Some programs have a minimum 3.0 GPA (or equivalent) requirement.