Frequently Asked Questions
- Early decision deadline is January 15, 2020
- Regular decision is a soft deadline of May 1, 2020
Yes, if your degree is equivalent to a U.S bachelor’s degree. A DAT or MCAT may also be submitted in place of a GRE. You may also substitute another form of postgraduate exam such as an NBDE part I, or part I and part II. A GRE is not required if your degree is the equivalent of a U.S. doctorate.
Yes, if your native language is not English and you graduated from the equivalent of a 4-year undergraduate degree from a non-US Institution the TOEFL is required. A minimum score of 90 is required.
Yes, we have 3 MS options. All 3 have the same set of required courses and all 3 are awarded the same Masters Degree:
- 1-year MS Biomaterials program for 30 credits (Intensive didactic)
- 2-year MS Biomaterials program for 36 credits (PhD/Industry research oriented)
- Dual MS in Biomaterials & Clinical Research program, 49-60 credits.
Yes, the program can be completed in as little as 3 semesters.
The thesis option is only offered in the two-year 36 credits program. Students have the opportunity to conduct a 2-6 credits research in a Biomaterials area of their choosing.
The non-thesis program requires students to complete a 2 credit Independent Project in Biomaterials. This option is available in both the two-year 36 credits program and the one-year 30 credit program.
Opportunities in Dentistry, Medicine, Bioengineering, Biomaterials research, Medical Device Industry and further education such as PhD programs
Our alumni live in Brazil, Chile, China, India, Libya, Saudi Arabia, UK, US. They are dentists, researchers, professors, staff at medical device companies.