Students will be admitted to the Neuroscience Program on the basis of the recommendation of the faculty of the Neurosciences Program Committee and the approval of the Director of the School of Biomedical Sciences. This recommendation will require that a student present a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (graduate and undergraduate) and a baccalaureate degree with preparation adequate to perform graduate work in the Neuroscience Program. This commonly includes two years of chemistry, one year of mathematics, one year of physics, and courses in biology and psychology. Deficiencies in undergraduate preparation will not automatically preclude a recommendation for admission to the Neuroscience Program, but such deficiencies will have to be made up during the first year of registration. The GRE general examination is required, and international students whose native language is not English must also provide TOEFL scores.
What our graduates are saying about us
"The curriculum, laboratory training, and scientific interactions I experienced during my graduate training prepared me well for a career in academic research...I definitely recommend this program to anyone with a serious interest in biomedical science."
Associate Professor of Physiology,
Ross University School of Medicine