The Master of Science degree in Global Studies is designed to prepare students to manage
international responsibilities and solve world problems. The focus areas guide students to develop global perspectives and leadership skills
for a variety of professional contexts.
Our interdisciplinary curriculum emphasizes real-world issues, including business, economic development, security and disaster management, global
leadership, media, and public and international policy.
The curriculum of the School of Global studies is designed to help students
understand and address real issues of global significance. SGS supports global engagement
at Oklahoma State University through education and experiential learning opportunities.
3 letters of recommendation (collected within the application)
Proof of English Proficiency for international students : TOEFL of 79/550 or IELTS
Payment of online application fee (mailed checks or money orders are not accepted)
The School of Global Studies does not require a GRE, GMAT, MCAT, LSAT score.
The School of Global Studies has rolling deadlines, so you can submit your application
at any time and begin the program in the Fall, Spring or Summer term. However, to
be given consideration for any of the School of Global Studies scholarships or distinguished
fellowships for the academic year, you must submit thescholarship applicationby April 1.
Your application will be reviewed by the Director of the School of Global Studies,
other faculty and staff. You will receive a decision email within two weeks of submitting
your completed application.
Don and Cathey Humphrey's Long-Term Travel Grants
These grants are great funding options for students pursuing an overseas internship,
participating in a study abroad program or conducting research abroad. The scholarships
were established and maintained through the generosity of Don and Cathey Humphreys,
who are committed to assisting OSU students broaden their international experiences.
This support is for long-term experiences in other countries.
Cost & Assistance
OSU and the Stillwater community in general are especially affordable places for graduate
students. Oklahoma State University's estimation of a graduate student's annual costs
is $18,820 for Oklahoma residents, $29,150 for out-of-state students, and $34,588
for international students.