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Find out how to apply to graduate school. Also find out about funding, possible areas of study and what it's like living in Blacksburg, Virginia.

Course Listing

Please see the current VT Registrar's Office website for information about graduate courses. (Enter SBIO in the "subject" area. Select the correct semester and then search the class sections. Courses at the 4000 and 5000 level can be selected by graduate students with their faculty advisor's approval).

Graduate Study Description

Check here for General Information about application for graduate study in the Department of Sustainable Biomaterials at Virginia Tech.

Graduate Theses

For a complete library listing of our Sustainable Biomaterials graduate theses and dissertations, please access this link and search for Forest Products or Wood Science and Forest Products. 

Degree Requirements

Check our Graduate Policies Handbook to see the Graduate Program Standards and Policies and information related to degree requirements, departmental policies, committee selection, course requirements, and general departmental policies for graduate students.

Graduate Applicants: Please see our Faculty pages to find out about our faculty members' specific research interests. Faculty typically select graduate students to work on thesis projects with them based on the students' qualifications and also on their level of interest in ongoing research.

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Apply to the Graduate School at Virginia Tech online.

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SBIO Faculty and Staff
Sustainable Biomaterials faculty and staff