1. The Interdisciplinary Graduate Program in Genetics employs a holistic approach to admissions - a weakness in one area of your application can be redeemed by strengths in other areas.

2. Submit the application found at

3. Once you have submitted your application, you will receive an email instructing you on how to upload your supporting documents.
CV, Personal statement, and Statement of research experience
Transcripts: A set of your unofficial academic records/transcripts must be uploaded on your Admissions Profile. If admitted, official transcripts are required
Letters of recommendation: You will need to provide contact information for 3 faculty members familiar with you who will be contacted to provide a recommendation letter
International Students: Must submit TOEFL or IELTS scores to comply with the University's English Language Proficiency Requirements. The University's institution code is: 6681. Automatic waivers of this requirement are granted for those persons who have completed a bachelor's degree (or higher) at an accredited university in the United States, United Kingdom, Ireland, Canada (excluding French Quebec), Africa (English speaking), Australia, or New Zealand.

** There is no GRE requirement for this graduate program. **

4. Application fee & deadline
•  Application deadline: is December 1st for best consideration with final deadline of January 1st. Complete applications will be reviewed by these dates (completed applications include all required materials).
•  Application fee: The program will reimburse the application fee for all candidates selected and who complete an admissions interview. (Fee waivers, including financial hardship, are available.)