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| Admission Requirements
Applicants will be accepted into the program based on selection criteria that include undergraduate coursework, grade point average, area of research interest and experience.
Relevance of the undergraduate degree is considered. Priority is given to students who majored in biology, biochemistry or chemistry.
Undergraduate coursework required includes completion of the following with a grade of B or better: microbiology, organic chemistry, pre-Calculus, upper level genetics (equivalent to Hood's BIOL 316), and cell biology (equivalent to Hood's BIOL 339).
To apply to the Biomedical Science program, please submit the following to the Graduate School:
All official transcripts from each institution of higher education attended; and
An essay that discusses the student’s work experience and future professional goals
Newly Admitted Students
Business Administration, MBA
Ceramic Arts Certificate
Ceramic Arts, M.A.
Ceramic Arts, MFA
Computer Science, M.S.
Continuing Education and Professional Development
Counseling, M.S., Clinical Mental Health Counseling Specialty
Counseling, M.S., School Counseling Specialty
Curriculum and Instruction, M.S.
Doctoral Program in Organizational Leadership
Doctorate of Business Administration
Doctorate of Organizational Leadership
Educational Leadership Certificate Preparation
Educational Leadership, M.S.
Elementary STEM Certificate
Environmental Biology, M.S.
Financial Management Certificate
Five-Year Dual Degree Programs
Interdisciplinary Studies in Human Behavior, M.A.
Information Technology, M.S.
Management of Information Technology, M.S.
Mathematics Education, M.S./ Certificate
Mathematics Instructional Leadership, M.S.
Multidisciplinary Studies, M.S.
Organizational Management Certificate
Reading Specialization, M.S.
Regulatory Compliance Certificate
Thanatology, M.A./ Certificate
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