- Bachelors degree from a regionally accredited institution of higher education with a minimum grade point average of 3.0 (on a 4 point scale)
- Successful completion of at least one upper level undergraduate course each in general genetics and biochemistry, and at least one undergraduate course in statistics
- All prerequisite courses must be completed by time of acceptance in early May. Two of the three courses must be completed at the time you turn in your application. Only one course may be in progress.
- Satisfactory scores on the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) verbal, analytical, and quantitative sections. To have your GRE scores sent to us, use the following codes: Institution Code 5913, Department Code 0210
- Applicants are required to complete a UNCG application form and submit undergraduate transcripts, three letters of reference, resume and a personal essay. Please click here for Instructions for Applicants .
|It is recommended that applicants have previous experience in a volunteer or paid position
working in social service agencies or with crisis counseling organizations. Applicants who
are evaluated as meeting the standards for admission will be invited for a required personal
interview with the admissions committee at UNCG.
The application deadline for admission in Fall 2013 is December 1, 2012
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If mailed, all application materials must be mailed directly to:
The Graduate School, UNCG, 241 Mossman Building, Greensboro, NC 27402