- Apply to the program through the NC State Graduate School via their online application. Be mindful of application deadlines.
- The NC State Graduate School website has helpful for information on admissions, research programs, funding, student organizations, the Graduate Catalog, and a calendar of important deadlines. Students can also request additional information from Dr. Michael Goshe, director of Masters graduate programs or Dr. Joe Barycki, director of Ph.D. program.
- Include the following in your application materials:
- A personal statement outlining specific interests in biochemistry, research experience, and career goals
- A processing fee of $75 for US citizens or $85 for non-resident international students in the form of a check or money order payable to NC State University. Do not send cash.
- One (1) official transcript of your complete post-secondary academic record
GRE scores, code number 5496. The biochemistry subject test is not required but is highly recommended.
- A minimum of three (3) letters of reference with a completed evaluation form from the NC State University Graduate School application, from faculty members familiar with your academic achievement and potential.
- You may request information about the graduate program in Molecular and Structural Biochemistry by submitting a request online.