Please note: Application to the Biomathematics Graduate Program (PhD or Masters in Biomathematics) is separate from applications to the applied mathematics, mathematics, statistics or bioinformatics programs. Please check that you select "Biomathematics" as your major subject. Contact us if you think you might have mistakenly applied to the wrong program!
Applicants to the program are expected to have either a bachelor's degree in biology with evidence of aptitude and interest in mathematics, or a bachelor's degree in a mathematical area with evidence of aptitude and interest in biology. Well-prepared applicants will have taken advanced (multivariate) calculus, linear algebra, and general biology with good grades. Some of these courses can be taken while enrolled in the program, but this may mean spending an additional semester in residence.
You can get more information on the biomath curriculum by looking at the course requirements on our student resources page.
All applications must be made online, at http://www.ncsu.edu/applygrad.
All applications must include the following:
Answers to many commonly-asked questions about admissions procedures (e.g. submitting scores, TOEFL requirements, and many others) can be found via the Graduate School's online help system. (For example, type "GRE" or "TOEFL" in the question box on that page.) If your question isn't answered there, please feel free to email us.
Ideally, all supporting documentation should be sent electronically to the NC State Graduate School via the online application system. Following admission, official copies of transcripts should be sent to the NC State Graduate School, at the following address:
Graduate School, Admissions Office
North Carolina State University
Room 240, Research III Building
1005 Capability Drive
Campus Box 7102
Raleigh, NC 27695-7102
A completed application for admission automatically serves as an application for financial aid. However, to receive full consideration for financial aid, the completed application and all supporting documents should be returned no later than January 15 for Fall semester admission, and no later than September 15 for Spring semester admission. Applications received after these deadlines will be continue to be accepted but may be given lower priority for financial aid.
Applications for admission without financial aid must be received no later than June 25 for fall, November 25 for spring, March 25 for the first summer session and May 10 for the second summer session, for US citizens. The application deadlines for foreign students are detailed in the application materials sent by the Graduate School. Application fees cannot be waived.
Biomathematics Graduate Program, North Carolina State University