Submit your application to the Systems Medicine degree program.
Fall 2024 Admissions
Priority Application: May 15
Final Deadline: July 1
We invite you to explore our program and begin your application.
- Application Requirements
- International Applicants
- MD/MS Application
- Tuition & Scholarships
- Financial Aid
- Accelerated Master’s (GU HSCI Students)
Apply to the Master of Science in Systems Medicine program by submitting an online application through the Georgetown Graduate School of Arts & Sciences portal.
Applications are reviewed on a rolling, space-available basis.
Applicants are to submit all required credentials and supporting documentation no later than the application deadline.
A 4-year bachelor’s degree or equivalent, or an MD or MBBS. Any science major, including computer science, is acceptable. A cumulative GPA of 3.0 or higher is required, though we may accept a lower GPA in rare cases, if justified by personal circumstances.
A programming skill set is not required.
List your postsecondary institutions in your application, and upload a transcript for each institution.
Follow the transcript instructions in Admissions FAQ (new window) to ensure you upload proper documentation.
Recommendation letters may be from previous professors, research mentors, or employers in a position to appraise your potential for graduate study. As an alternative, you may submit a committee/composite letter packet, if you have one.
The statement of purpose allows you to highlight areas of your background or interests that may not be clear in other areas of your application.
Please include any additional information that you believe will strengthen your application.
The application fee is nonrefundable, but application fee waivers may be available. View information about the application fee and fee waivers (new window).
Applicants to any Georgetown program may choose to submit an Optional Statement that addresses diversity, personal background and contributions to community. A detailed prompt for the statement can be found in the application.
We encourage you to consider applying for the Hoyas for Science Scholarship (new window), offered through Georgetown Biomedical Graduate Education. Please note that the scholarship has a similar prompt to the Optional Statement, and you can incorporate your Optional Statement text into your essay for this scholarship application.
GRE scores are not required, but we encourage applicants to report these scores if they are available. View instructions for submitting official test results (new window).
All applicants are required to demonstrate a level of proficiency in the English language sufficient to meet the admission requirement of the Graduate School of Arts & Sciences. Follow the TOEFL/IELTS instructions in Admissions FAQ (new window) to determine whether you need to send us test scores to prove your English language proficiency.
Please note that the visa application process can take weeks or months and varies based on your country of origin. To help ensure that students receive their visas in time for registration, the program suggests that applications to the program should be completed by the May 15 priority deadline. In the event that visas are not received in time, admitted students may defer their admission one time to a future open term. There is no additional admissions application fee charge for the one-time deferral.
For more information for international applicants, please see our Biomedical Graduate Education International Students page.
MD/MS Dual Degree Application for Georgetown School of Medicine Students
Students in the Georgetown School of Medicine may apply for an MD/MS dual degree. Applicants must be in their second or third year of medical school, and should schedule an informational interview with Dr. Sona Vasudevan, Program Director of Systems Medicine, before applying.
Tuition & Scholarships
The Dr. Robert Steven Ledley Endowed Scholarship Fund provides partial merit scholarships to Systems Medicine students. The fund is established by National Biomedical Research Foundation and the Ledley family in memory of Dr. Ledley, a visionary scientist, inventor of the first whole-body CT scanner, and a pioneer of computer medicine and medical informatics.
Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) offers scholarships to incoming master’s students based on merit and service. Scholarship applications are reviewed on a rolling basis and awarded subject to funding availability, so we recommend that you apply as soon as possible after submitting your program application. BGE also offers merit-based scholarships to a limited number of Master of Science students based on programs’ recommendations.
Students may wish to apply for federal loans, private loans or outside scholarships. It is recommended that you begin the process of applying for federal financial aid as soon as possible after applying for admission. You may use the Estimated Cost of Attendance information in determining loan amounts; this program falls under Biomedical Graduate Education > Biomedical Graduate Programs.
For more information or to obtain financial aid forms, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Accelerated Master’s (GU HSCI Students)
Undergraduate students in the Georgetown University B.S. in Human Science program may be eligible to complete our Master of Science program on an accelerated timeline.
To learn more, visit Accelerated M.S. in Systems Medicine.
Our students benefit from the services of the Biomedical Graduate Education career office, including one-on-one advising, skills workshops, leadership programs and more.