Boston University: Please note that while there is an optional section on the GMS application form for entering GRE scores, the Boston University does not require the GRE or include GRE scores in the university evaluation of Masters or PhD applicants.
Boston UniversityRanked 42 in Best National University.
College description: The M.S. degree in Anatomy and Neurobiology is a rigorous two-year program incorporating coursework in anatomical and neurobiological principles. In addition, the degree has a strong focus on producing outstanding educators through a combination of lecturing and one-on-one mentoring. The program also requires the acquisition of scholarly and scientific expertise through the generation of a Masters level thesis. The program for the M.S. degree consists of the equivalent of one year of foundational course work and at least one year of directly supervised research work. Candidates are required to complete 32 credits at the graduate level. The M.S. program has a maximum time limit of three years after first registration for the M.S. degree.All Master’s degree students are required to complete the Vesalius Module.If it is deemed that an equivalent and appropriate course has been successfully completed in the preceding three years, the student may petition the Graduate Education Committee to be exempt from the course. If the petition is approved, then the course may be substituted for another course.To receive graduation credit in any course taken as part of the doctoral degree program, students must receive a B grade of better.Teaching is an essential part of the university M.S. Degree program.
A common application form is used for all departments, so it is important to designate “Anatomy & Neurobiology” as their department of interest on this form. Please note that while there is an optional section on the GMS application form for entering GRE scores, the Boston University does not require the GRE or include GRE scores in the university evaluation of Masters or PhD applicants.
Once applicant have submitted their application form through the GMS portal, their application will be available to the Anatomy & Neurobiology admissions committee for evaluation.