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OSU awards more than $20 million in merit-based scholarships annually to newly-admitted undergraduate students.
Students who enroll in INTO OSU Pathway programs take a combination of OSU academic and English language courses designed to prepare them for university study. The process of completing a Pathway program and moving on to full admission as a degree-seeking student is called progression. To progress, students must fulfill all progression requirements of their Pathway program, listed below.
Note: All progression requirements listed here apply to the 2020-21 academic year.
All Undergraduate Pathway programs and Undergraduate Transfer Program options have the same progression criteria. The following requirements must be met before students can progress to OSU:
Upon completion of a Graduate Pathway program, students must meet the following requirements to progress to a degree-seeking graduate program at OSU:
|1, 2 and 3-Term Graduate Pathways|
3.0 GPA cumulative and B or higher grades in all graduate level classes
|English language||B or higher grade in all English language classes OR Toefl 91 (18 subscores) OR IELTS 7.0|
|Additional requirement for MBA only||GMAT 500 with minimum 20th percentile in verbal, quantitative and reasoning, and a minimum analytical writing score of 4 OR GRE total score of 304 with verbal and quantitative scores in at least the 30th percentile and an analytical writing score of 3.5|