Anatomy Master's Program

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Q & A: Master of science in Anatomy

What undergraduate courses are required for admission to the program?
Two years of Biology, Vertebrate Anatomy, Chemistry and Organic Chemistry. Cell Biology is recommended.
Is the GRE required?
Yes, however, if your cumulative GPA is 3.0 or greater the GRE is not required.
Will you accept the MCAT in place of the GRE?
Yes, however, if your cumulative GPA is 3.0 or greater the GRE is not required.
How long does it take to complete the program?
The program typically takes two years to complete; however, research may take longer in some cases.
What is the difference between the course option and thesis option?
The course and thesis option differ with regard to the second year of the program of study. The second year for students completing the course option includes taking a comprehensive oral examination on the core anatomy course material and the writing of a scholarly project. Students completing the thesis option spend the second year of the program devoted to original laboratory research which culminates in the writing and oral defense of a thesis.
What is the deadline for applications?
Applications must be completed by July 1 of the year that you wish to matriculate.

 

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