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Welding Engineering graduate program

Master's with thesis degree

Master's with thesis section
Provides information concerning the MS with thesis, including degree requirements, expectations, time frame for completion, graduation details, and more.

  • BS/MS Combined Program information (to be updated)
    Details for enrolled OSU students considering or enrolled in the BS/MS program.

Master's non-thesis degree

Master's non-thesis section
Provides information concerning the MS non-thesis, including degree requirements, expectations, time frame for completion, graduation details, and more. Note: on-campus students must petition the WE Graduate Studies Committee prior to entering this degree track as a terminal degree.

Ph.D. degree

Ph.D. degree section
Provides information concerning the pursuit of a Ph.D., including degree requirements, Candidacy Exam procedures, Dissertation Overview procedures, time frame for completion, graduation details, and more.

Seminars and WE 7895

WE 7895 Seminar and Colloquium is organized by the WE Graduate Studies Chair who maintains the Welding Engineering seminar schedule, as well as, course policies and speaker information.

WE Graduate Petition Form

Petitioning the WE Graduate Studies Committee

From time to time a student's situation--be it academic, funding, etc.--will require a deviation from the rules established by the Graduate Studies Committee in WE. To this end, a petition form has been developed to collect and route the relevant information needed by the GSC.

The student is to complete the form at the link below, providing a justification for the requested change in policy or procedure. Please have available the policy or procedure that is being petitioned (the form will ask for this). The student will have the opportunity to attach supporting documents to this form, if needed. The petition is received by the MSE-WE Graduate Studies Coordinator (Mark Cooper), who will review and route the petition.

WE GSC Petition Form