Frequently Asked Questions
- Early decision deadline: February 1, 2022
- Regular decision: May 15, 2022
- After May 15, application submissions will be considered on a space-available basis.
Yes. However, we also accept the DAT, MCAT. USMLE, NBDE Part I or Part II, or INBDE.
Yes, if your native language is not English and you attended an undergraduate institution outside the U.S. or Canada. A minimum score of 90 is required.
Yes, we have three (3) MS options. All three have the same set of required courses and 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 three 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 two-year 36 credit program.
Opportunities in Dentistry, Medicine, Bioengineering, Biomaterials research, Medical Device Industry and further education such as PhD programs.