To be considered for admission to the Master of Biomedical Sciences program, applicants must:

Apply through the Post Baccalaureate Centralized Application Service (PostBacCAS; PostBacCAS allows students to learn about, compare, and apply to a number of post baccalaureate programs through one centralized application.

Requirements for application include:

  1. One letter of recommendation (individual or committee letter). The Biomedical Science Program will accept signed and sealed letters from pre-health advisors or committees, science professors, and health professionals.
  2. Copies of transcripts from each college or university attended. Official transcripts must be submitted prior to matriculation from every undergraduate, graduate, or professional school the applicant attended or is currently attending. These transcripts must be signed and sealed by the registrar at each institution.

The Biomedical Sciences Program uses a rolling admission process in which completed applications are reviewed and decisions are made at regular intervals during the admissions cycle. The Master of Biomedical Sciences Program begins in the Fall Quarter. Admission to the Biomedical Sciences Program is considered on a competitive basis for applicants who have submitted a completed application. Multiple criteria are used to select the most qualified candidates, including selection of those students the Admissions Committee feels would benefit the most from the program. Selection decisions for the program are made by the Biomedical Sciences Program Admissions Committee with the approval of the Program Director and the Dean of the College of Graduate Studies until the class is filled. To maximize their competitiveness within our rolling admission process, candidates are advised to submit a completed application early in the admission cycle.  Applications may not be accepted after July 15th.