Students applying for the Graduate Certificate in Molecular and Biomedical Sciences must meet the following requirements for admission:
- Hold a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college
- Must have completed all pre-med courses
- Applicants should have an undergraduate GPA of at least 3.0 to be competitive in the application process.
Although no MCAT is required for admission to the program, a competitive MCAT (greater than 500) is required for eventual enrollment into the College of Medicine’s MD Program.
The graduate certificate program begins in the Fall. Applications open Wednesday, February 15, and the deadline to apply is Thursday, June 15, 2023.
Finalizing Admission File
The Graduate Certificate Admissions Committee only reviews completed applications on a rolling basis as they are received. Any missing documents should be sent by June 15, 2023. You may check the status of your application by logging on to your MyFIU student portal and the graduate certificate application portal.
For additional questions regarding the status of an application, applicants should call 305-348-9064 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Steps to Apply
Tuition and Fees
The estimated tuition and fees for the Graduate Certificate in Molecular and Biomedical Sciences will be $21,000* and can be paid in two to four installments per semester.
Federal loans aren’t available for this program. However, students are encouraged to meet with the HWCOM Office of Financial Assistance to discuss ways to pay for the program.
Students enrolled in the certificate program can apply for the Tracey A. Weiler, Ph.D. Educational Scholarship. For other scholarships and funding opportunities, visit the Office of Scholarships.
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*All costs are estimated and subject to change. A minimum cohort is needed to launch the program.