Admission: 2000 and 2018

 

Admission: 2000

Admission Requirements, Bachelor of Science, School of Agriculture

Photo of students working in forensic science, 2004. From e-Archives, Debris Yearbook. Purdue University Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries.

Students working in forensic science, 2004. From e-Archives, Debris Yearbook. Purdue University Archives and Special Collections, Purdue University Libraries.

  • English: 8 Semesters
  • History or social studies: 2 Semesters
  • Academic mathematics *: 6 Semesters
  • Biology, chemistry, or physics: 4 Semesters
  • Other high school subjects: 10 Semesters

* Academic math includes algebra, geometry, trigonometry, calculus, etc.

Quality Requirements: These are determined by considering a combination of rank in class, test scores, probability of success, grade average in college preparatory subjects, grades in courses related to the degree objective, trends in achievement, completion of high school subject-matter requirements, and the strength of the college preparatory curriculum

  • In-state: Upper 1/2
  • Out-of-state: Strong Upper ½

 

Admission: 2018

Admissions Criteria, Bachelor of Science, College of Agriculture

Purdue applications are reviewed individually and holistically with two primary questions in mind.

  • Are you academically prepared to succeed in your desired academic program?
  • Are you a competitive candidate in the context of the overall pool of applicants for the program based on available space?

Evaluation begins when we have received the application and all required material.

Subjects: minimum semester expectations

  • Mathematics: 8 Semesters
  • English: 8 Semesters
  • Laboratory Science: 6 Semesters
  • Social Studies: 6 Semesters
  • Foreign Language: 4 Semesters

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