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Message for current G² ABS Certificate Students:
The Director and Program Coordinator of the MS in Physiology program will come to GMU to speak with you about the MS in Physiology program and the application process for G2 ABS students. You do not need to apply before then.
How to Apply:
Note: Completion of the ABS program does not guarantee acceptance into the MS in Physiology program. Students who earn a C in either Anatomy or Physiology will not be admitted to the MS program, regardless of earning a 3.0 in the certificate program. G² ABS students must apply and be accepted into the MS program. To learn how to apply click here.
One-hundred percent (100% ) of the 20+ credits earned in the G² ABS Certificate program, including electives, can be applied to the MS in Physiology program. We are the only MS program that accepts 100% of ABS credits. As a result, you can earn your MS in Physiology in one summer, in the spring semester as a full-time student, or in two semesters (fall and spring) as a part-time student. International students applying from the G² ABS certificate program should apply to the summer program immediately following completion of their certificate to maintain the full-time student status necessary for their F1 visa.
All ABS students must register for the 3 required courses (8 credits). Students transferring 20 credits from the ABS program will also need to take one elective course (for a total of 10 or 11 credits). Students transferring more than 20 credits from the ABS should only register for the required courses. For example schedules for summer, spring, and fall entries into the MS program, please see our Example Schedules tab.
Required Courses (8 credits):
1. PBIO568 or PBIO603 Pathophysiology (3 credits; offered spring & summer)
2. PBIO907 Physiology Literature Research (2 credits; offered all semesters)
3. PBIO569 Neurophysiology (3 credits; spring & summer)
Elective Course (2-3 credits):
Summer 2019: apply by May 15, 2019; program runs June 10 - August 9, 2019
Fall 2019: apply by May 15, 2019; program starts August 26, 2019
Spring 2020: apply by November 1, 2019; program starts January 7, 2019
Determined by the current Biomedical Graduate cost per credit hour. To calculate tuition = (cost per credit hour) x (# of credits). For current Biomedical Graduate cost per credit hour click here.
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