You may find the courses for both Masters and PhD students at STANFORD EXPLORE DEGREES
Do I need a Master’s degree to apply to the doctoral program? No. Applicants who have a bachelor’s degree may apply directly to our doctoral program.
What type of financial aid does the program provide? Generally, PhD students receive a full stipend and tuition package for four years and the Masters student for three years.
How do I find out more about the research being done in your department and if I’m a good fit? Faculty profiles list what type of research department faculty are doing, and more information can be found by reading about Earth System Science research groups: https://earth.stanford.edu/ess/research-groups. If you are interested in knowing more please contact faculty directly. Please note they can only answer questions regarding research. Admission-related questions should be directed to the student services manager.
What is the minimum GRE score required in order to be considered for admission? We do not have a cutoff GRE score requirement. The evaluation of each applicant is based on all the materials in the file and is not exclusively based on GRE test scores.
What is the minimum GPA score required in order to be considered for admission? We do not have a minimum GPA requirement. The evaluation of each applicant is based on all the materials in the file and is not exclusively based on GRE test scores or GPA.
More information can be found on the Graduate Admissions site.
What if my official transcripts are not received by the deadline? Your file will not be considered complete until all required application materials are received. We may do a preliminary review of your file with unofficial transcripts, but we will not make a final decision until we have official transcripts.