Graduate Pathway Programs

  • Applied Economics (MS)
  • Bioengineering Engineering (MEng)
  • Biostatistics (MPH)
  • Business Administration (MBA)
  • Business (MSB)
  • Chemical Engineering (MEng)
  • Civil Engineering (MEng)
  • Comparative Health Sciences (MS/PhD)
  • Computer Science (MEng)
  • Electrical and Computer Engineering (MEng)
  • Environmental Engineering (MEng)
  • Environmental Sciences (Professional Science Master's)
  • Global Health (MPH)
  • Health Promotion and Behavior (MPH)
  • Industrial Engineering (MEng)
  • Materials Chemistry (MS)
  • Mathematics (MS)
  • Mechanical Engineering (MEng)


Entry Requirements

Please note: These entry requirements are for the 2021 academic year that starts in Fall 2020. For entry requirements that pertain to the 1920 academic school year, please visit this link for last years brochure.

Pathway 3-Term 2-Term 1-Term
Bachelor's degree in a relevant discipline, minimum GPA and English language requirements in one of the following tests. Additional requirements may apply.
Minimum GPA 2.5  2.5 3.0
TOEFL or 70 80 (16 subscores) 85 (16 subscores)
IELTS or 6.0 6.5 (5.5 subscores) 6.5 (6.0 subscores)
IELA  169 176 (162 subscores) 176 (169 subscores)
Duolingo 95 110 120

Please note that academic performance is not the sole criterion for admission to the university. The university may evaluate a person's behavior and background to determine their ability to maintain the standards of academic and professional conduct expected at the university. An evaluation may take into consideration current behavior and performance as well as past experiences and actions. Simply qualifying for admission does not guarantee admission.

Applicants who are ineligible to re-enroll at any college or university that they attended within the last seven years for student conduct reasons will be automatically declined admission at OSU.  Applicants who are unable to re-enroll at a previous college or university for academic reasons will be considered for admission only if they meet OSU’s minimum academic requirements.