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The Master of Science in Medical Physics requires an online application to be submitted to the Biomedical Graduate Education through the Georgetown Graduate School of Arts and Sciences application portal.
Applicants are to submit all required credentials and supporting documentation no later than the application deadlines listed below. Applications are reviewed on a rolling, space-available basis. You can begin the application process at any time and save your progress until you are ready to submit your completed application.
- Online Application
- 4-year bachelor’s degree
- Grade point average of 3.0 or higher
- 3 upper-level undergraduate physics courses
- 3 Letters of Recommendation
- Academic Statement of Purpose
- Non-refundable application fee
- GRE Score (not required)
Georgetown Univ. Code: 5244
- TOEFL/IELTS Score (if applicable)
TOEFL: Georgetown Univ. Code for BGE: 5244
IELTS: Georgetown Univ. Graduate School of Arts & Sciences
- Priority deadline is May 15 for Fall admission
- Final deadline is July 1 for Fall admission
International applicants are encouraged to apply by the May 15 priority deadline to allow sufficient time to apply for a U.S. visa.
Please contact the program director if you wish to submit an application after the deadline. Late applications are reviewed on a space-available basis.
This program is CAMPEP-accredited.
Tuition & Fees
Tuition and fees information can be found on the Biomedical Graduate Education website.
Merit-based tuition scholarships are available for students enrolled in our biomedical graduate programs.
Go to the BGE Admissions FAQ page for additional admission and application information.
Applicants must have:
- an undergraduate degree in physics, natural science, engineering, or mathematics
- taken at least three upper-level undergraduate physics courses
- taken calculus courses for at least one undergraduate semester, or the equivalent
List your postsecondary institutions in your application, and upload a transcript for each institution. Applicants are required to list/upload to the application copies of official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institutions attended where more than 15 credits of coursework were completed and/or where program prerequisites were completed (any number of credits). This gives the admissions committee a more complete picture of your academic preparation for graduate study.
You must upload electronic or scanned copies of your transcripts (as detailed below) to the online application system. Do not order official transcripts to be sent directly to us from your institution(s) until you receive an official offer of admission. Applicants who are offered admission will be required to submit official transcripts for verification prior to enrolling.
An acceptable transcript upload is a copy of an official transcript produced by the institution. This includes:
- Scanned copies of paper transcripts issued by the institution. Request an official transcript to be mailed to you from the institution’s registrar office. When you receive the transcript, open it, scan it, and upload it to the online application system.
- Electronic transcripts issued by the institution (not a download from your institution’s web portal). Make a request through the institution’s secure transcript service (e.g., eScrip-Safe, Parchment, National Student Clearinghouse, Transcript Network, Transcript Plus) for an official electronic transcript be sent to you by email/electronic delivery. Open the transcript, save it as a PDF, and upload it to the online application system. For secure encrypted PDFs, you should print, scan and upload the document.
Transcript formats we do not accept include:
- Screenshots or photos
- Downloads of the “student’s view” from your institution’s website
Examples of acceptable and unacceptable transcripts for applications submission:
International transcripts: Some programs require a credential evaluation for international credentials. Please check your program to see if this is a requirement.
Applicants who use World Education Services (WES) ICAP evaluations should select “Georgetown University” as the institution and “Biomedical Graduate Education” as the recipient.
Applicants who use the Educational Credential Evaluators (ECE) Course-by-course evaluation should select “Georgetown University, Biomedical Graduate Education (BGE) – Office of Admissions” as the institution and recipient.
Applicants may use other credential evaluation services that are members of the National Association of Credential Evaluation Services (NACES). Upload the course-by-course evaluation of postsecondary/university coursework, including grade point average calculation and upper-division course designation, directly to the application. If the evaluation does not include a copy of the transcripts that were evaluated, you must upload the transcripts from the institution and the credential evaluation as one document.
Transcripts not in English: These documents must be accompanied by an English-language version provided by the academic institution. If your institution does not provide English-language copies, you are responsible for providing a certified or notarized translation along with a copy of the original transcripts.
Applicants may upload an evaluation from a credential evaluation service. This must include course and grade information. If not included in the evaluation, the transcript from the institution must be included as well. Both the evaluation and original transcript should be submitted in the application as one document.
If you are experiencing technical issues with uploading your transcript, please contact the BGE Office of Admissions by email at BGEAdmissions@georgetown.edu for assistance.
Note: Applicants who are offered admission will be required to submit official transcripts for verification prior to enrolling.
For additional questions, please visit Admissions FAQ (new window).
TOEFL: Georgetown University Code is 5244. The minimum TOEFL score for admission is 80 (Internet-based test) and 550 (paper test).
IELTS: Select “Georgetown University Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.” The minimum IELTS score for admission is 7.0.
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 and Sciences. Proficiency can be demonstrated by the receipt of a bachelor’s or advanced degree from an accredited institution of higher education in the United States or from a university where English is the primary language of instruction (please note that applicants receiving degrees at universities in U.S. territories, such as Puerto Rico, are required to submit the TOEFL or IELTS unless the primary language of instruction at the institution is English).
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