Successful applicants to the MS Pre-Professional Program at Indiana University School of Medicine must have completed a bachelor’s degree with an overall GPA of 3.0 or higher and a minimum science GPA of 3.0. Students are also required to submit the results of a standardized test score. This test can be the MCAT, GRE or DAT.
Admissions ProcessApplications are reviewed on a rolling admission basis. For fall semester admission, the online application must be submitted by June 30. Applications in progress as of June 30 are allowed a maximum of two weeks for completion of required materials, including receipt of transcripts, national exam scores, and letters of recommendation. Completed applications are reviewed on a monthly basis or more frequently as needed.
Applicants interested in the Pre-Professional MS degree program should make the following selections:
|Type of Degree||Masters|
|Academic Program||Anatomy, Cell Biology and Physiology|
|Academic Plan||Anatomy, Cell Biology and Physiology|
|Are you applying to a dual degree program?||No|
|Term||Select the appropriate term.|
After submitting the online admissions application, program applicants should email Jason Collett, PhD, to notify of submission.
For domestic applicants (U.S. citizens or permanent residents who have obtained a U.S. bachelor’s degree), a complete application contains an online admissions application, application fee (non-refundable fee), personal statement, three letters of recommendation. All letters must evaluate capabilities for success in graduate school, not medical school. IU School of Medicine sends decision notifications by email and USPS. Electronic or hard copies of application documents (transcripts, GRE or MCAT scores, letters of recommendation) or other correspondence should be sent to Jason Collett, PhD.