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Appalachian State University — Cratis D. Williams Graduate School

Program Type:
Master's International
Cratis D. Williams Graduate School
Degrees Awarded:
Technology (MS)
Admissions Deadlines:

June 1 deadline for Fall admission, with priority review deadline of March 15; October 1 deadline for Spring admission

Admissions Cycle:

Rolling; new admissions Fall or Spring terms only

Program Start:
Twice per year
Program Founded:
March, 2006


In addition to financial aid and student employment, a number of scholarships and fellowships are available to qualified graduate students who enroll in degree programs on campus in Boone. Some are awarded by the Graduate School to students who have been selected by the Graduate Council's Student Committee; other awards are made by individual programs and departments.

A variety of graduate assistantships are available that allow students to participate in funded research activities, as instructional assistants, or in administrative support roles.

MI students can also earn between 6 and 9 credit hours for their Peace Corps service.



The coursework will consist of a minimum of 36 credit hours.  The degree program typically will consist of three to four semesters of academic study, and six to nine credit hours of individual study while engaged in Peace Corps service.  The courses convered while in the Peace Corps will vary depending on the student's interest, but will most often include thesis, research, and/or internship hours.

More information about the Technology MS at Appalachian State University can be found on the Department of Technology and Environmental Design webpage.


Technology: Students must meet the requirements for asmission to the MS in Technology.  All applicants must hold the earned bachelor's degree, and those pursuing the renewable energy engineering or building engineering concentrations must hold a bachelor's degree in engineering or science.

 Basic criteria for consideration include:

  • Applicants must hold a baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university,
  • GRE score (must not be more than 5 years old),
  • three letters of recommendation,
  • current resume,
  • statement of goals, and
  • a combined quantitative score of (Undergraduate GPA x 400) + GREV + GREQ >=2000 pts.


We strongly encourage you to read the Directions for Preparing your Application before starting your on-line application.

For inquiries about Master's International, call 855.855.1961 x1812.

Program Contacts

If you have questions, please contact:
Sandra Krause
Director, Graduate Admissions and Recruiting

Cratis D. Williams Graduate School
Appalachian State University
287 Rivers Street
Room 232
Boone, North Carolina 28608