MASTER OF SCIENCE IN BIOMEDICAL SCIENCES – Admissions Process
(Application deadlines: Spring – November 15 , Fall – July 15)
A Bachelors of Arts (BA) or Bachelors of Science (BS) from a regionally accredited college or university or international equivalent as determined by an external evaluation service.
All applicants for the master’s degree should have an undergraduate GPA of 2.7 or better on a 4.0 scale.
Required undergraduate science coursework: Biology 1 & 2 with labs, General Chemistry 1 & 2 with labs, Organic Chemistry 1 & 2 with labs, Physics 1 & 2 with labs. At least one of the following: Statistics, Calculus, Evolution, Genetics, Microbiology, Biochemistry.
All applicants for the master’s degree are required to submit an official Graduate Record Examination (GRE) score. Our institution code is 3758. Other standardized test scores at or above the 40th percentile (MCAT, DAT, VAT, and PCAT) may be substituted for the GRE.
Two recommendation letters: 2 basic science professors or 1 basic science professor and 1 medical sciences adviser/instructor/professor.
Completed online application form
A $50 non-refundable application fee (payable to: Larkin Health Sciences Institute)
Copy of driver license or other current photo ID
Verified US residency/citizenship status if born other than in the US
A resume with a personal statement of educational/professional goals.
Provisional Acceptance For Masters In Biomedical Sciences
The Admissions Committee recognizes that undergraduate GPA’s and performance on standardized tests are not always reliable predictors of student success. Credentials such as personal statements, letters of recommendation, extracurricular and volunteer/service activities, undergraduate performance, interviews and overall academic credentials are also significant when making admissions decisions. At the discretion of the admissions committee, students may be admitted as provisional students. If a student is provisionally accepted, their credit load will be determined by the admissions committee and the Dean. All final decisions are at the discretion of the Dean of the College of Biomedical Sciences Program.
Graduate students must satisfy all provisions and/or conditional admission requirements in a timely manner. Students will not be able to register for the comprehensive exam or apply for graduation if they have not fulfilled their provisional requirements.
Preliminary Admissions Checklist
Scanned unofficial transcripts sent to email@example.com
Send Official Credentials to:
Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences Program
Attn: Admissions Coordinator
Larkin Health Sciences Institute
18301 N. Miami Ave, Box #1
Miami, FL 33169
When the above items are received a student may be provisionally accepted prior to full acceptance when official transcripts and official exam scores are received.
For applicants who are currently completing their undergraduate degrees, please note that the final official transcript proving your undergraduate degree was awarded must be received in our program prior to the accepted applicant’s term start date.