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Average Test Scores

These are the average test scores for admitted Clemson University graduate students, by program. These scores should serve as a gauge only. They are not cut-off scores, nor do all applicants with these scores or higher necessarily receive an offer of admission because a holistic approach is taken when making admissions decisions.

2020 Average GMAT Scores 

DegreeGMAT TotalGMAT VerbalGMAT QuantitativeGMAT AnalyticalGMAT Integrated Reasoning
Accounting52730324.45.1
Athletic Leadership (online)58035354.53
Business Administration52929334.54.7
Business Administration (online)47428255.43.4
Business Administration: Business Analytics56231374.67
Business Administration: Entrepreneurship and Innovation480302662
Civil Engineering57031374.55
Economics600343956
Educational Leadership (Higher Education)440232754
Environmental Engineering and Science580175143
Management480134634
Real Estate Development62339374.57.3

Overall
 532 30 334.5 4.9

2020 Average GRE scores

DegreeGRE QuantitativeGRE VerbalGRE Analytical
Administration and Supervision (online) 144 151 3.5
 Agricultural Education 146 148 3.7
Agriculture (Agricultural Systems Management) 148 151 4.0
 Animal and Veterinary Sciences 149 151 3.5
 Applied Economics and Statistics 155 151 3.9
Applied Health Research and Evaluation 150 151 3.9
 Applied Psychology 153 153 4.0
 Architecture 154 150 3.5
 Athletic Leadership (online) 147 146 3.4
 Automotive Engineering 163 152 3.6
Bio Science – Non-Thesis for Science Educators (online) 152 156 4.3
Biochemistry and Molecular Biology 153 153 3.8
 Bioengineering 158 153 4.0
 Biological Sciences 154 156 4.1
Biomedical Data Science and Informatics 159 160 4.4
Biomedical Data Science andInformatics (Clemson Main Campus) 161 156 4.0
Biomedical Engineering1591573.9
 Biosystems Engineering 157 158 3.8
 Business Administration 151 150 3.9
Business Administration (online) 147 148 3.9
Business Administration: Business Analytics 160 160 4.2
Business Administration: Entrepreneurship and Innovation 146 147 3.3
 Chemical Engineering 163 154 3.8
 Chemistry 156 151 3.6
 City and Regional Planning 152 153 3.8
 Civil Engineering 161 149 3.4
Communication, Technology and Society 147 156 4.3
Computer Engineering (Charleston) 157 160 4.0
Computer Engineering (Main Clemson Campus) 164 150 3.5
 Computer Science 161 134 2.0
 Computer Science (Charleston) 163 151 3.1
 Computer Science (Greenville) 170 170 5.0
Computer Science (Main Clemson Campus) 162 151 3.4
Construction Science and Management (On-campus) 156 148 3.4
Construction Science and Management (online) 151 151 3.5
Counselor Education (Clinical Mental Health Counseling) 149 154 4.2
Counselor Education (School Counseling) 147 152 4.0
Counselor Education (Student Affairs) 149 149 4.0
Data Science and Analytics(online)1561574.1
Digital Production Arts (Charleston) 159 156 4.0
Digital Production Arts (Main Clemson Campus) 155 156 3.9
 Economics 164 155 3.8
Education Systems Improvement Science 146 150 3.4
Educational Leadership (Higher Education) 147 157 3.9
Electrical Engineering (Charleston) 162 152 3.3
Electrical Engineering (Main Clemson Campus) 161 150 3.5
 Electrical Engineering (online) 148 146 3.0
Engineering and Science Education 155 150 3.7
 English 146 160 4.5
 Entomology 156 147 3.5
Environmental Engineering and Earth Sciences 158 154 3.5
Environmental Engineering and Science 162 150 3.5
Environmental Engineering and Science (Health Physics) 151 151 3.7
 Environmental Toxicology 157 153 4.1
Food, Nutrition and Culinary Sciences 148 142 3.4
 Forest Resources 153 155 3.9
 Genetics 157 159 4.3
 Graphic Communications 153 156 3.0
 Healthcare Genetics 158 159 3.5
Historic Preservation (Charleston) 149 154 4.1
 History 145 159 4.5
 Human Centered Computing 159 148 3.9
 Human Factors Psychology 151 160 4.7
Human Resource Development (online) 146 149 3.0
 Hydrogeology 151 152 3.6
 Industrial Engineering 163 151 3.6
 Industrial Engineering (online) 156 155 3.8
Industrial Organizational Psychology 154 158 4.8
 Landscape Architecture 158 148 3.1
 Learning Sciences 155 156 4.7
 Literacy (online) 149 151 4.0
 Literacy, Language, and Culture 143 155 3.8
 Management 161 150 3.4
Materials Science and Engineering 162 149 3.3
 Mathematical Science 163 155 3.8
Mechanical Engineering (Charleston) 162 148 3.8
Mechanical Engineering (MainClemson Campus)1631503.5
 Microbiology 153 154 3.7
 Packaging Science 148 148 3.5
Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management 155 158 4.1
Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management (Nonthesis-Online) 153 157 4.5
Parks, Recreation, and Tourism Management (thesis) 153 154 4.2
Photonic Science and Technology 149 139 2.5
 Physics 159 156 4.0
Planning, Design and the Built Environment 157 149 3.6
Plant and Environmental Sciences 155 150 3.4
 Policy Studies 147 154 4.0
 Public Administration (online) 145 151 3.5
 Real Estate Development 151 154 3.7
Resilient Urban Design (Charleston) 159 150 3.2
Rhetorics, Communication and Information Design 149 157 4.9
Rhetorics, Communication and Information Design (online) 152 160 4.3
 Social Science 151 158 4.3
 Teaching and Learning (online) 149 158 4.5
Teaching and Learning (online): STEAM 158 159 4.0
 Wildlife and Fisheries Biology 140 153 3.0
Wildlife and Fisheries Biology (online) 147 150 3.8
Wildlife and Fisheries Biology (Thesis) 150 158 5.0
Wildlife and Fisheries Resources (Main Clemson Campus-Non- Thesis) 150 155 3.5
Wildlife and Fisheries Resources (online – Non-Thesis) 151 156 4.1
Wildlife and Fisheries Resources (online) 151 152 3.7
Overall1581523.7

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