Student Diversity and Enrichment Pipeline Programs
MS in Medical Sciences, Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences (IMS)
Curriculum & Admission Information
This program is designed to be completed with full time enrollment in one year (Summer, Fall, and Spring). Details about the admission requirements and curriculum for the IMS concentration can be found in the Graduate Catalog.
To learn more about the required premedical coursework and competencies of US and Canadian medical schools visit the AAMC website.
How to Apply
All applicants must first complete the USF Graduate School Application. When completing this application you will have the option to select a graduate program and concentration. Please select from the drop down list, the MS in Medical Sciences degree and the Interdisciplinary Medical Sciences concentration.
Prospective students should apply for Fall semester, but please note that the program is on an alternative calendar and courses begin in June.
USF Graduate School will notify Office of Student Diversity and Enrichment of your interest in the IMS program. You will then receive an email containing the IMS Application Instructions and a hyperlink to the additional IMS Supplemental Program Application.
All applicants must provide an MCAT Score Report (with verification code), official transcripts from all college/universities attended, two science faculty letters of recommendation, and complete the Office of Graduate and Postdoctoral Affairs Medical Sciences Secondary Application.
Students from a group under-represented in medicine and/or disadvantaged backgrounds are strongly encouraged to apply.
Steps to Apply
1. Submit a Graduate Admissions Application
2. Pay the $30 application fee
3. Submit the required documents. Most documents can be uploaded directly in the application portal.
Official transcripts should be sent to the following address below, or electronically to email@example.com
University of South Florida
Office of Admissions - Graduate
4202 E. Fowler Avenue, SVC 1036
Tampa, FL 33620-6900
Dr. Ingrid Bahner
Mr. Kevin J. Casey, MEd.