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In addition to the University requirements of admission, all students seeking a degree for the MS in Biostatistics must also meet the following requirements:
Applicants for the Professional Science Masters in Medical and Bioinformatics must have an underlying base of knowledge relevant to graduate studies in the Medical Informatics or Bioinformatics fields. This knowledge can be demonstrated by previous academic study or work experience. Consultation with a program faculty advisor will be necessary to verify appropriateness of work experience as a substitute for academic preparation.
Admission to the M.S. in Medical and BioInformatics status may be full or conditional; conditional admission may be granted to applicants with deficiencies in their background.
Candidates without sufficient relevant background experience may satisfy any deficiency with appropriate graduate or undergraduate courses, as recommended by a faculty advisor in the program and approved by the Medical and BioInformatics Admissions Committee and the Program Director.
When identified deficiencies are satisfactorily met, the applicant will be granted full admission to the program. Applications for admission will be reviewed as they are submitted.