Apply to the Master of Science in Physiology program by submitting an online application through the Georgetown Graduate School of Arts & Sciences portal.
Applicants are to submit all required credentials and supporting documentation no later than the application deadlines listed below. Applications are reviewed on a rolling, space-available basis. You can begin the application process at any time and save your progress until you are ready to submit your completed application.
The application is due July 1 for Fall admission. If you wish to submit an application after the deadline, please contact the program director. Late applications are reviewed on a space-available basis.
To be eligible for this program, you must meet the following requirements:
- A 4-year bachelor’s degree with a GPA of 3.0 or higher (across all undergraduate coursework and/or institutions attended). A GPA of 3.3 is competitive; the average incoming GPA of our new students is 3.5. If your GPA is below 3.0, please consider our other physiology options.
- Successful completion of all undergraduate pre-health course requirements including two semesters and a lab course in: biology, chemistry, organic chemistry, and physics. Completion of a biochemistry course is preferred but not required.
- Eligibility for international students: Our program accepts international students. We encourage you to check the AAMC website to familiarize yourself with limitations and restrictions that may apply for you in the medical school admissions process.
- Two letters of recommendation, or a committee letter packet
- Academic Statement of Purpose (new window)
- Optional Statement on Diversity, Personal Background, and Contributions (new window)
- Full CV/resume
- Nonrefundable application fee
- GRE/MCAT score (optional)
- TOEFL/IELTS score (if applicable)
For specifics visit https://grad.georgetown.edu/admissions/application-procedures/
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