It is essential that all students enrolled in Graduate Medical Sciences (“GMS”) at the Boston University School of Medicine have a predictably high level of competence across the range of knowledge, critical judgement and technical skills generally expected of scientists and health-related professionals.
These skills encompass academic and non-academic technical standards essential to all GMS and Boston University educational programs.
To apply, you will need to create an account in the Boston University Centralized Application System (BU-GMS CAS) and complete all personal, academic and supporting document sections.
You will be able to select your graduate program(s) of choice within GMS, and may be prompted to submit additional materials that are related to your program of interest. You can review your program status or pay for your program(s) by selecting the “Manage My Programs” tab when logged into BU-GMS CAS.
While many of our programs offer rolling admissions, be sure to review our final application deadlines, in addition to application instructions and frequently asked questions.
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For example, students must be able to manipulate the equipment, instruments, apparatus or tools required to collect and interpret data appropriate to the area of study, practice or research.
Students must be able to measure, calculate, reason, analyze, hypothesize, and synthesize ideas.
Students must possess communication skills at a level sufficient to accomplish, in a timely manner, all administrative requirements and to meet the performance expectations of the faculty in all areas of the curriculum.
Students must possess motor and sensory capacity to perform activities required for the chosen discipline.