NC State Biochemistry receives state and federal revenues, but these sources represent a fraction of the support required to maintain successful programs and facilities. Your donations will make the difference for our faculty and students to meet the global challenges of 21st Century:

- Enhancing the production, quality, accessibility and proftability of food, plant, animal and bioenergy products for North   Carolina, the nation and the world
- Ensuring environmental stewardship and sustainability of air, land, soil and water resources
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Graduate Admissions

  • You may request information about the Graduate Program in Molecular and Structural Biochemistry by submitting a request online.
  • You may apply to the program through the Graduate School via their online application. Watch those deadlines!
  • You may also find the Graduate School's web pages helpful for information on admissions, research programs, funding, student organizations, the Graduate Catalog, and a calendar of important deadlines.
  • Personal inquiries and application requests may be made to Angie Barefoot, the Graduate Academic Secretary.
  • Upon applying, please be sure to include a...
    • Personal statement outlining specific interests in Biochemistry, research experience and career goals
    • Processing fee of $75 for U.S. Citizens or $85 for Non-Resident Aliens (Internationals) in the form of a check or money order payable to N.C. State University. Do not send cash.
    • One 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.
    • Three letters of reference, minimum, with a completed evaluation form from the NCSU Graduate School Application, from faculty members familiar with the academic achievement and potential of the applicant, sent directly to the director of our graduate program:
      Dr. Michael Goshe
      Depart of Molecular and Structural Biochemistry
      Campus Box 7622
      North Carolina State University
      Raleigh, NC 27695-7622, USA