No. You can apply to the Ph.D. program with a bachelor’s degree.
All the following materials must be submitted through the application portal on the UF Graduate Admissions Application page. Statement of Purpose: Please indicate potential faculty you are interested in working with and if you have secured any outside funding in this statement.… Read More
There is not a separate application for funding. Any completed application that is submitted by the application deadline will be considered for any potential funding the department may have at that time.
The admissions process can take several months depending on various factors. It is the applicant’s responsibility to ensure that all appropriate materials are forwarded to the appropriate department. Once you submit your application you should continue to monitor your application… Read More
No, we can use unofficial transcripts to get the review started on your application. However, if you are granted admission official transcripts are required and a registration hold will be placed on your account until they are received.
To see if you qualify for a language test score exemption please view the UF Admissions site: https://admissions.ufl.edu/apply/graduate/international.
Unfortunately, no. We have these deadlines in place. It takes time to process your application. If your application does not have all of the required documents by 11:59 pm on the application deadline day you will need to either cancel… Read More
Yes, all applicants must submit 3 letters of recommendation.
The GRE is required for all master-level applicants as well as all Civil Engineering Ph.D. applicants. The GRE is not required if you are applying to the Environmental or Coastal Engineering Ph.D. program.