A baccalaureate degree in biology, chemistry, medical laboratory science, health sciences, or related health and scientific disciplines is required for the Master of Molecular Diagnostics and Precision Medicine program.
Applications will be reviewed in the spring and admissions decisions made in June for enrollment in the Fall semester. Applications received will be considered based on merit and space availability. Applications will be reviewed as soon as possible, and students will be notified of the admissions decision.
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.
Once all seats have been filled, any additional successful applicants will be wait-listed.For any other admissions questions, please contact Admissions and Enrollment:
School of Health Professions
Admissions and Enrollment
Attention: Master of Molecular Diagnostic and Precision Medicine Program
Eastern Virginia Medical School
700 W. Olney Road, Room 1155
Norfolk, VA 23507-1607