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Steps to Apply: Graduate Students

Master's Checklist:

In order to recieve admission into LeTourneau University as an international student, applicants must provide the university with the following documents and information:

  • A Completed application for admission to the program. Completed applications and assessment records are valid for one year. Following one year, the student will need to submit an updated application and fee for the purpose of reassessing the file under the current catalog year.

  • Official Transcripts

    Official transcripts of all undergraduate work and any graduate work attempted or completed should be sent directly to the appropriate Admissions Counselor designated at the time of application. Failure to provide a complete record of all academic work may result in the student not being accepted into the university, or if already enrolled, being withdrawn from the university.

    Foreign Transcripts

    For applicants with foreign transcripts, a copy of the original transcript will be accepted, with an English translation. Transcripts, however, must be evaluated course by course by either Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE), World Education Services, Inc. (WES), or SpanTran Educational Services, Inc. before evaluation and processing by LeTourneau University.

  • For regular admissions standing, the applicant must have a bachelor's degree in engineering or a closely related field from a regionally accredited college or university at the time of attendance with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4.0 scale). An applicant whose grade point average is below 3.0 will be reviewed by the Graduate Admissions Committee, which will consider whether the applicant may be admitted on academic probation.

    Students currently enrolled as undergraduates must apply for admission into the program and be accepted provisionally before registering for the graduate version of any course.

  • A satisfactory score on the verbal and math portions of the Graduate Record Exam (GRE) is required for admission into the graduate program. An applicant whose combined GRE score is below 1100 or Analytical Writing score is below a 3.5 will be reviewed by the Graduate Admissions Committee, which will consider whether the applicant may be admitted on academic probation.

  • A personally prepared essay of approximately 1000-1200 words that details the rationale for pursuing graduate study and how the desired graduate program relates to personal and professional goals. A specific question may be posed by the graduate committee to applicants to guide the essay.

  • Two letters of reference, preferably from a supervisor or instructor must be provided by the applicant.

  • Applicants seeking admission into a graduate program at LeTourneau University must present documentation of at least the minimum scores listed below on one of the corresponding tests.

       Full admission  Conditional admission
     TOEFL (IBT) 80 60
    TOEFL (CBT) 197 -
    TOEFL (PBT) 525 -
    IELTS (each band) 6.0 4.5
    ELS 112 -
  • Applicants must be supportive of the Christian mission of LeTourneau University through the integration of the Christian faith with learning.

  • The Graduate Admissions Committee will consider all indicators of success from the above criteria in making admissions decisions. The decision of the Admissions Committee will be final. 

  • All students participating in graduate studies at LeTourneau University must fill out the Graduate Student Behavioral Agreement and send the completed from to the admissions office.

Mail all documents to:

International Admissions Office
LeTourneau University
2100 South Mobberly Ave.
Longview, Texas 75602
USA 

Questions? Contact:

Associate Vice President
for International Admissions

 

(903) 233-3170
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