We encourage you to review the information provided on our website, using the links below, and to contact the PhD program coordinator,Nancy Bagatell, for more information.
UPDATES SPRING 2020: Please see admissions updates related to COVID-19 on ourPrerequisitespage and ourSupplemental Application Requirementspage.
We encourage you to review the information provided on the website about both the MS program and the admissions process.
Once you have reviewed the information available on this website, if you have further questions, please emailOSinfo@med.unc.edu.
In addition, prospective master’s degree students may find it helpful to attend aninformation session, which are scheduled on specific Friday afternoons from 3-5 p.m. several times during the fall and spring semesters (no information sessions are scheduled during the summer). Due to time constraints, we are not able to schedule individual meetings with prospective students, but do welcome you at these information sessions. Information session handouts are available on theInformation Session Handout document.
You also may make a request to sit in on a class by reviewing thecurrent class scheduleand then submitting a class visit再保险quest form. Class visits for fall semester classes typically are available after Labor Day and until the week before Thanksgiving. Class visits for spring semester classes typically begin the 3rd week in January until the end of the first week in April. Class visits are scheduled as possible based on a first come-first served basis.