Application & Financial Information
Completed application packets are due by February 1st. Applications are reviewed throughout the application cycle, as they become complete. Interviews typically begin after the application deadline. Decisions are usually made no later than April 1st. Our academic year begins in the Summer semester.
When you apply to the Program, please apply for the SUMMER semester for the PATHOLOGY-MS. The Pathologists' Assistant Program is FULL-TIME; there is NO part-time option available.
For complete, detailed information on the application process and requirements, please refer to the Graduate School Master's Program Applicants website.
A completed application packet consists of:
- online application, including
- Statement of Goals (2000 character limit; if additional space required, upload essay in Supplemental Items tab after application submission)
- application fee
- one official transcript from EACH previously attended institution
- official general GRE scores sent directly from ETS (Institution code: 5848, Department code: 0215)
- three letters of recommendation (managed by the online application after application submission, in the Supplemental Items tab; you will need the email addresses of your recommenders to complete this process)
- when applicable, official TOEFL scores.
Supplemental items (transcripts, GRE scores) should be sent directly to:
University of Maryland, Baltimore
The Graduate School
620 West Lexington Street, 5th Floor
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
All completed application packets, international and domestic, are reviewed by the Admissions Committee and receive equal consideration. From these completed applications, the committee invites the applicant to participate in an interview. These students are scheduled to meet with select faculty and tour the facilities, during which time applicants are given the opportunity to discuss their career goals. Admissions are selected from these students.
The department has no financial aid available for Master's students. Independent of the department, students may secure their own financial support through other sources such as scholarships, personal funds and student loans. Students requiring financial assistance to pursue their academic goals are encouraged to contact the UMB Office of Financial Assitance to learn more about such options. Please refer to their website for additional resources and information.
Contacting the University Student Financial Assistance Office:
University Student Financial Assistance
601 W. Lombard Street
Baltimore, MD 21201
Phone (410) 706-7347
Fax (410) 706-0824
TTY/Voice (800) 735-2258