Degrees and programs - The Ohio State University.
Additional Admission Recommendations.For applicants who received their last degree (relevant to the level of study) from an unaccredited college or university, the Graduate School strongly recommends that programs include other metrics of academic quality such as the GRE, GMAT, or Subject Specific test scores for their admission criteria.
Applying for Admission. The links on this page will provide you with all you need to know about applying for admission to Ohio State. You can Apply Online, save and submit your application at any time, and check the status of your application online as well. Special admissions information for veterans addresses how to apply, admissions criteria, what to cover in your essay and more.
Ohio State University typically requires applicants to be in the top 19.0 percent of SAT test takers. The school consistently takes SAT composite scores down to 1240 on a 1600 scale, below which admission should be considered a reach.
GPA: Ohio State requires a minimum 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale) cumulative GPA (or equilvalent on another scale) in all previous undergraduate and graduate work for regular admission to graduate school. Note that undergraduate and graduate GPAs are calculated separately and each GPA is calculated from all credit earned at the corresponding level.
Departmental information for Undergraduate Admissions. Address. Student Academic Services Building, 281 West Lane Ave.
Criteria for admission to Ohio State vary by individual graduate program. However, the minimum undergraduate GPA is a 3.0, and programs also require a 4-year completed undergraduate degree from an accredited institution. Review the detailed requirements for each Ohio State graduate program and degree that you are interested in. International.
Ohio State admissions officials note that an applicant's secondary school record, class rank, GPA, and standardized test scores are the most important factors in the admissions process. Other factors include a candidate's extracurricular activities, work experience, application essay, talents, volunteer work, and whether an applicant is a first-generation college student.