Admission requirements vary from program to program and are listed below and on the application.
The Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences accepts around 120 students every fall for our programs. Our programs depth and breadth of research span from basic science to tool-based science to translational science. As a premier academic research center, we are committed to training the next generation of researchers and science specialists. Our Master of Science students typically graduate within two years and our doctoral students graduate within 5.5 years.
1. Can I use an MCAT score in lieu of a GRE score?
2. Do I need to send in official test scores and transcripts for the application process?
3. What is the minimum TOEFL/ Duolingo/ IELTS score for international applicants?
As a Hispanic-serving institution, the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is committed to training a diverse student body. This commitment is spearheaded by a community of scholars in out three underrepresented NIH grants; the Post-Baccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP), the BRIDGES doctorate joint program with Texas State University, and the Initiative for Maximizing Student Development (IMSD).