Fire Science and Engineering // How to Apply

Application to the Fire Science and Engineering program is handled through the university’s School of Graduate Studies. Students will need to know whether they wish to apply for the M.S. in Mechanical Engineering or the M.S. in Macromolecular Science and Engineering.
Students interested in applying to the Fire Science and Engineering program should already have a bachelor’s degree in chemistry, chemical engineering, mechanical engineering or materials science and engineering and have taken the GRE. Additional application requirements include a statement of objectives, academic transcripts and three letters of recommendation. International students will also need to take the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL). Read more about the university’s full application procedure requirements
When you are ready to apply, electronic applications can be submitted here. 
The deadline to apply is 30 days before the start of the fall semester for domestic students and 90 days for international students.
Learn more about the university’s graduate admission standards

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