We are delighted that you are interested in joining our Biomedical Science Graduate Program. At ETSU, we strive to keep our application process straightforward and simple. Below, you'll find information about admissions requirements and frequently asked questions.
Unofficial transcripts may be submitted with your application. Official transcripts will be required upon acceptance to a Graduate program.
3 recommendations to be submitted through the online application. Letters of recommendation should be from individuals who are able to describe your research abilities and/or academic preparedness for graduate school.
The GRE score is not required.
Please include the following in your personal statement (maximum 1000 words):
- Prior research experience(s)-describe research conducted and your role on the project
- Research interests at ETSU
- Career goals
May require an interview
The GRE score is not required for application to the Biomedical Science Graduate Program.
Frequently Asked Questions:
How do I submit an application?Application to our program is made online through the ETSU Graduate School. To submit an application please view the instructions for the Biomedical Sciences-Ph.D. application on the Graduate School Doctoral Degrees web page. For general application instructions/information please see the Graduate School Application Instructions web page.
What is the deadline for submitting an application?Please view the application deadlines for the Biomedical Sciences-Ph.D. application on the Graduate School Doctoral Degrees web page. Most of the positions for Fall admission will be filled early in the Spring semester. We advise all students who are considering applying to our program to complete their applications as early as possible.
For what semester of entry are applications accepted?Under most circumstances, students are admitted only for the Fall semester.
How do I inquire about the status of my application?
Is a formal interview required?Well qualified applicants who reside in the United States will usually be invited to visit us. During the visit, applicants have an opportunity to tour the research facilities and to meet with students and faculty. Applicants will also meet with one or two members of the admissions committee. Applicants may wish to contact faculty to inquire about the possibility of working with them. This can be helpful in determining potential faculty advisors.
Where do I find campus maps, directions, and parking information?Please see our campus maps web page for building location and parking information.
How do I apply for financial aid?All applicants are considered for financial support. Most students who are admitted to the program will be offered support through a research assistantship that includes a competitive stipend and payment of tuition and fees.