NGU Master in Arts of Biomedical Science program (MABS) application cycle opens August 10, 2023 and runs through late July 2024.
- Enrollment into the Master’s of Biomedical Sciences program can occur at the beginning of each academic term: Spring (January 8, 2024), Summer (May 13, 2024) or Fall (August 2024)
- Application for admission must be submitted through the PostbacCAS centralized application system.
- Application Deadline: Verified PostbacCAS application deadline is 4 weeks prior to matriculation.
- As of June 2023, the PostbacCAS application fee is $139 for the first program and $54 for each additional program.
- NGU MABS program does not require an additional application fee.
- Regionally accredited undergraduate institution bachelor’s degree with a minimum cumulative grade point average of 2.5 on a 4-point scale.
- Applicants with a cumulative bachelor’s degree undergraduate grade point average below 2.5 on a 4-point scale must submit a score report for one of the below. Test scores older than five years prior the date of application are not accepted.
- Graduate Record Exam (GRE, revised edition) score
- Test scores are submitted electronically to PostbacCAS directly from Education Testing Services (ETS).
- The GRE requirement is optional for applicants with a master’s degree or higher from a U.S. regionally accredited institution.
- Miller Analogies Test (MAT) score
- Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score
- An applicant whose native language is not English and who does not have a full year (two semesters) of composition or its equivalent in English studies must demonstrate skills in English understanding and use must submit a TOEFL score.
- The internet-based TOEFL must have been taken and recorded within the last two years at the time of application.
- Satisfactory scores for internet-based TOEFL: Total score of 100 with a minimum score of 20 on each section
Letters of Recommendation
Complete requests for three (3) letters of reference directly in PostbacCAS
- Recent graduate: one letter must be from an academic advisor
- 3+ years post graduation: one letter must be from an individual who has been directly involved in supervising the applicant’s professional experience.
- Professional and academic letters only
Personal Statement (Letter of Intent) submitted directly to PostbacCAS:
- How have your experiences contributed to your decision to pursue a career in healthcare?
- What strategies will you use to succeed in online biomedical science coursework?
- Successful completion of this program will provide graduates with a special consideration for the NGU PA program, easing the transition from the MABS to PA school at NGU.