Prospective applicants must submit an online application to the Office of Graduate Admissions.
International applicants should follow instructions in the Admissions Guide for Graduate International Students.
Each individual program requires specific information and materials that need to be uploaded when you fill out your Graduate Admissions application. You will find this information on our website under the “Application Requirements” tab for whichever program you are applying for.
Submit your application materials to the Graduate School at least four to six weeks prior to the deadline for the program to which you are applying so they can be processed and forwarded to the department by that date.
Faculty will review applications and in some cases, a representative of your program may contact you for an interview. While it is best to interview on campus, those students who have difficulty doing so may make alternative arrangements.
To check on the status of your application to the UT Graduate School, see information on the Graduate School Admissions-Application Status, or call 865-974-3251.
Change of Program
If you are currently enrolled and need to change your status from non-degree to degree seeking, from degree seeking to non-degree seeking, or would like to apply to a different degree program you must:
- Complete a Change of Program.
Questions regarding the Graduate School Application process? Contact Graduate Admissions.
Questions regarding program requirements should be directed to the administrative support staff of that program.
NOTE: It is your responsibility to check on the status of your application to be sure all materials arrive prior to the program application deadline.
Each program has a designated administrative assistant who coordinates admissions files. For questions or inquires, please contact the staff member affiliated with the program in which you are applying.
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