Application Process

To enroll for the microEP program you must first apply for admittance to the graduate school through the Online Application Process.
Graduate Application

Required Documents

Please send the following documents with your graduate application: 

Current Resume

  • All educational institutions attended, expected graduation date, and expected availability to arrive in Fayetteville. Include GPA for all degrees.
  • Listing of skills and experiences that could contribute to your success in our program.
  • Date of birth
  • U.S. citizenship status
  • All contact information (addresses, phone numbers, etc)
  • GRE Scores

Statement of Purpose

  • Short (less than 500 word) description of your professional and personal goals after your education is completed.
  • It should concentrate on how you perceive the microEP program will support these goals.

Transcripts

  • Entering with BS: All undergraduate institutions attended
  • Entering with MS: All undergraduate and graduate institutions attended

Letters of Reference

  • Three letters of reference are required from professors or work supervisors that have direct knowledge of your ability to learn and direct knowledge of your work characteristics.
  • It should concentrate on how you perceive the microEP program will support these goals.

Instructions

Please Note

  • Click here to apply for admission.
  • Select academic level of "Master" if your last traditional science or engineering degree was a MS or PhD but you wish to broaden your knowledge in this field by completing a MS microEP degree
  • Select academic level of "Master" if your last traditional science or engineering degree was a BS (even if you are planning to go directly through to a PhD)
  • Select academic level of "Doctorate" if your last traditional science or engineering degree was a MS and you wish to broaden your knowledge through a PhD microEP curriculum

Deadlines

Graduate School

The Graduate School requires a student to send in their application and all required documents before their deadline. The Department of Microelectronics-Photonics does not have a particular deadline date for receiving applications, but in general early applications have an advantage in securing funded positions. Deadlines for each semester are listed on the Graduate Recruitment and Admissions website.

Please Note

microEP must accept the student into their program through the Graduate Admission process.