To apply for admission to the Master of Science in Surgical Neurophysiology, please see the requirements below. Applications for Summer 2024 will be reviewed on a rolling basis. The deadline for applications for the Summer of 2024 cycle is March, 15th, 2024. To be considered you need to graduate with Bachelor degreeby May 2024.
*Be sure to select Master of Science in Surgical Neurophysiology as the program name and Summer 2024 as the term within the application. We only accept students once a year, for matriculation in the Summer term.
- A non-refundable $75 application fee.
- Earned bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a degree in Physiology, Neuroscience, Psychology, Audiology, Biomedical Engineering, or related majors in the Health and Life Sciences with a 3.0 or higher cumulative GPA.
- Unofficial transcripts from all schools attended regardless of whether a degree was received.
- Demonstrated English Proficiency (does not apply to native English speakers) as measured by the TOEFL (minimum overall score of 550 for the paper-based test or 79 for the internet-based test) or IELTS (minimum average overall score of at least 6.5). Learn more about English Proficiency for Admissions Requirements.
- Three letters of recommendation from individuals who can address the candidate’s potential for success. For those that have been in the workforce for an extended period of time, these letters may be from professionals, although it is preferable to include at least one academic reference.
- Current resume or CV.
- A personal statement that describes your interest in pursuing a Masters in Surgical Neurophysiology, your ultimate plans, and any formal or informal experiences you have had with neuromonitoring.
- The GRE is not required.
- A Residence Affidavit and Immunization Records are required.
- Once admitted into the program students will be required to complete a background check and drug screen. This costs approximately $110.
- After you submit your application, please send The Graduate School your Official Transcript(s):
- University of Connecticut
The Graduate School
- Whetten Graduate Center
438 Whitney Road Ext., Unit 1152
Storrs, CT 06269-1152
- University of Connecticut
If you have any questions on how to use the online application system, please contact The Graduate School at 860-486-3617 or email@example.com.
***Due to clinical rotation locations and specific start times of surgical procedures, candidates need dependable transportation throughout the program. Hospitals vary across the state and a few are out of state and students should be willing to travel for clinical rotation.
International Students – International applicants are welcome to apply. This program can be eligible for 12 months of OPT and the 24 month STEP OPT extension. Admitted applicants will be directed to UConn International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) to request a Form I-20, which is needed to apply for the F-1 student visa, after gaining admission to the program. For this reason, please apply in a timely manner as it can take several months to request and receive approval for this visa. When requesting Form I-20, international applicants are required to submit evidence of financial ability to cover all educational and living expenses for the duration of the program. Additionally, international students must be enrolled in courses full time each semester. Contact ISSS with all questions related to immigration and the student visa process preferably before applying at 860.486.3855.