Clinical Embryology & Andrology Program Admissions Requirements
Candidates must have completed all undergraduate degree requirements and have been issued a bachelor’s degree prior to matriculating as an EVMS student. If the bachelor’s degree was issued by a U.S. college or university, as a general rule it should be from a regionally accredited institution. However, the program may grant exceptions on a case-by-case basis. Official transcripts from the awarding institution must specify the date upon which the degree was issued.
- Have a cumulative grade point average of 2.75 (B-) or better. This requirement may be waived by the program directors based on experience or other factors.
- Have successfully completed two semesters of college-level biology and chemistry.
- Currently work or have worked in clinical IVF or basic reproductive research as a clinical embryologist, andrologist, nurse, physician or research scientist. This requirement may be waived by the program directors based on experience or other factors.
- International students, or applicants whose native language is not English, must take the TOEFL and receive a score equal to or greater than 550 for the paper-based test, or 213 for the computer-based test, or 80 for the iBT exam.
Accepting applications for Spring 2015. Applications will be reviewed as they are submitted and supporting documents are received. Applications received will be considered based on merit and space availability. Applications will be reviewed during admissions committee meetings scheduled after the admission deadlines and students will be notified of the admissions committee decision soon after. Students who plan to seek financial aid are advised to submit their applications as early as possible. Upon acceptance into the program, a $300 non-refundable matriculation fee (which will be credited towards the first semester's tuition) is required to secure class placement.
Official transcripts, scores and supportive application documents should be mailed to the Office of Admissions and Enrollment for Health Professions at the address below. If you experience technical difficulties or related problems in completing your online application, please contact:
School of Health Professions
Office of Admissions and Enrollment
Attention: Clinical Embryology and Andrology
Eastern Virginia Medical School
700 W. Olney Road, Room 1155
Norfolk, VA 23507-1607
Please note that the Clinical Embryology and Andrology Master's Program begins each April with a mandatory four day Orientation/Residential Event on campus in Norfolk, Virginia. For more information about this event please contact our offices.