Applicants with a B.S. may apply for direct admission to a PhD program and are considered on a case-by-case basis. These applicants should include the following as part of their application materials to receive full consideration:
Documented evidence of research experience: Provide a one-page description of the research project with which you were involved that includes the nature of the research project, duration, your supervisor, your role and involvement in the project, what you learned from the project, and any publications or conference presentations resulting from the project with which you were involved (and your role in the publication and presentation).
Statement of Purpose: Address specifically why you want to go directly into a PhD program instead of first completing an MS degree, your interests in pursuing a PhD, and your and career goals.
Grades: GPA should be no less than 3.25.
English proficiency: If you are not a native English speaker, you are required to submit test scores of either TOEFL or IELTS. GRE scores are not required.