Apply online to the MS program. The online application is fast, easy and secure. A $50 non-refundable fee is required.
Apply by Jan. 15 for priority consideration and if you are seeking financial assistance; all applications must be received by April 1.
Applications are for fall semester admission only; there are no spring semester admissions.
All students are evaluated based on all of the submitted materials. Students who are close to any of these cutoffs will be considered in the context of all of their accomplishments.
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university
- A minimum GPA of 3.0
- Minimum GRE scores in the 50th percentile for each category (this may be waived if you hold a PhD or MD from a university within the United States)
- Curriculum vitae or resume
- Completion of a college-level algebra or calculus course (with a minimum grade of C)
- Completed coursework in the following subjects is highly recommended:
- Health-related science (anatomy, microbiology, or physiology)
- Behavioral sciences, including a course in sociology or social psychology, and a course in anthropology, psychology, political science or economics
Before you submit your online application, ensure that you have all of the supplemental materials ready.
We will consider applications with unofficial versions of transcripts or GREs. Official versions will be required before a final admission offer can be made.
- Request that your official transcripts from each college or university you have attended are sent to UB. Required only at the time of entry to the program.
- Request that your GRE scores are sent to UB. Required only at the time of entry to the program. When requesting your GRE scores, use these reporting codes: School 2925.
- Provide a current curriculum vitae or resume.
- Secure two letters of recommendation on the official letterhead of the referees.
- Letters should be from someone who knows you from an academic, research or work perspective, ideally in areas related to the graduate program you are applying to. At least one letter should be from an academic institution.
- Provide a personal statement describing your interest in the field of epidemiology, your relevant background and experience and your career goals. If you would like to pursue the program’s epidemiology concentration or the clinical research track, include this information in your personal statement.