M.S. - Biomedical Sciences (Clinical Embryology and Andrology)
Eastern Virginia Medical School, through its prestigious Howard and Georgeanna Jones Institute for Reproductive Medicine, is a pioneer of assisted reproductive technology (ART). In 1981, the first in vitro fertilization baby in the USA was born through the efforts of The Jones Institute. The Jones Institute is widely acknowledged to be an international leader in clinical and scientific research in ART, and has trained many prominent physicians and scientists. The program is designed for clinical embryologists and andrologists, physicians, and others involved in the practice of ART. Graduates of the 32-credit-hour distance learning program will receive a Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences with a specialization in clinical embryology and andrology. The course of study is 24 months, including two five-day residential sessions at EVMS and ten courses.
Eastern Virginia Medical School is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award the Doctor of Medicine degree, Masters' degrees, Doctoral degrees, and Certificates.
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TOEFL score equal to or greater than 550 for the paper-based test, or 213 for the computer-based test, or 80 for the iBT exam.
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