Master's Program

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About

Students applying to the Masters Program can apply to be part of one of the following tracks: Medical Scholars Track, Dental Scholars Track, or Biomedical Scholars Track. Students who are part of a particular track get (1) specialized advising (2) eligibilty to request specialized courses e.g. courses in the medical and dental school (3) priority for volunteering opportunities. Graduates from this Masters program pursue Medical School, Dental School, Ph.D. education or careers in biopharma. This program has a flexible curricula and builds on the existing strengths of basic and clinical faculty in the New Jersey Medical School (NJMS) and Rutgers School of Dental Medicine (RSDM). Students require 30 credits with a grade point average of "B" or better to graduate. Of the 30 credits, 9 credits are required courses and the remaining 21 credits are electives. Students enrolled in the Master's program have the opportunity to obtain either a Master of Science in Biomedical Science (MS) or a Master of Biomedical Sciences (MBS) degree.The MS requires a 5-credit research thesis while the MBS is predominantly based on coursework. Students have the flexibility to switch between MS and MBS. Learn more about the program, the SGS Newark campus, and academic life at SGS Newark through the three short podcasts listed below.

 


About Us

Why SGS Newark?

Academic life at SGS Newark

 

Advantages of this masters program

  • One on one academic advising for all students
  • Opportunity to take medical or dental school courses with students from NJMS or RSDM (limited enrollment)
  • Courses taught by medical and dental faculty from Rutgers NJMS and RSDM
  • Ability to complete the program in one year, or to follow a less intense curriculum over 3-4 semesters or even longer on a part-time basis
  • Part-time enrollment available, with many evening courses in core subjects
  • Students obtain laboratory research experience with medical or dental school faculty

Academic Concentrations within the Master’s Program (optional)
Master’s students at the SGS-Newark Health Science Campus can obtain one of the following concentrations by completing the curriculum indicated under the corresponding link. 

  1. Neuroscience
  2. Oral Biology
  3. Pharmacological Sciences
  4. Stem Cell Biology

FAQs for

International Applicants

Medical Scholars

Dental Scholars

Application deadlines

If you wish to start in the Fall semester, the application deadline is June 30th of that year. For the Fall 2020 semester, the application deadline has been extended to July 15, 2020.
If you wish to start in the Spring semester, the application deadline is November 15th of the preceding year.