To be considered for graduate admission at Purdue University, applicants must hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university.
Those with three-year baccalaureate degrees from countries that do not participate in the Bologna Process may also be considered for admission on a case-by-case basis, through a holistic review process.
To be admitted without conditions, applicants for master’s or doctoral degree programs should have achieved a minimum grade point index of 3.0 or equivalent from their previous institution.
Some graduate programs may have additional requirements that exceed the general graduate school requirements.
The application requirements and deadlines vary by program, so it is recommended to contact the program directly for more information.
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See the Graduate Degree Programs page for a complete listing of West Lafayette campus degree options and statistics, including enrollment figures, finances, average time to degree, job outcomes, and more. For other program types or to learn more about all of our campuses, see Graduate Programs at Four Campuses.