APPPLICATION PROCEDURES FOR ADMISSION TO THE BTEC BIOMANUFACTURING GRADUATE PROGRAM (BIOM) Applications are accepted for either the fall or spring semester. Complete the steps below to apply: 1. On the Graduate School application entry portal at http://www.ncsu.edu/grad/applygrad.htm, select “create account.” Note: Current NC State graduate students who intend to enroll in the master’s program at BTEC must do so by following Reg. 02.25.02 – Awarding Multiple Degrees. 2. Create an account, including your present email address. Supported web browsers include Internet Explorer 5 and above, Netscape 6 and above, Safari (for Macintosh users), and Firefox. You should not use AOL's internal browser. 3. Log in to the Applicant Information screen and provide the following: a) Personal information. b) Residency and English proficiency. If you’re a NC resident you’ll have to eventually complete the online residency application before the admissions application will be processed. c) Application and test Information. The application should be for “Admission and Financial Aid”. d) A scanned copy of your most recent college transcript. This is an unofficial copy. After you’ve been admitted to the program, you will be required to have an official transcript sent directly from the college or university that granted your degree. e) Your curriculum vitae (CV) and a one-‐page statement of your professional and career goals. f) Three recommendations for your admission. The recommendations can be submitted electronically. 4. Submit the completed application and pay the application fee ($65 for US citizens) online. Completed applications will be forwarded to Chris Smith, Graduate Academic Coordinator, and to the BTEC Graduate Admissions Committee for consideration. You can monitor the status of your application on the Graduate School web site. 5. After you submit the application, send an email message to that effect to Chris Smith at Chris_Smith4@ncsu.edu. Include your contact information. Please direct any questions about these instructions to Chris Smith (Chris_Smith4@ncsu.edu).