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Individual graduate programs may have priority consideration deadlines. Applicants are advised to contact the graduate programs for such dates. Any available funding support is limited and often awarded well in advance of the application deadlines.
Applicants who apply after the application deadlines MUST consult with the graduate programs before submitting an application. Application fees are non-refundable and may not be used for an application submitted at a later date.
Ways to Apply
Applicants need to meet:
- Office of Graduate Education admissions standard and documentation requirements, and
- program specific admissions criteria and documentation requirements(refer to links below). Send all program specific documentation requirements directly to the graduate program.
Neurosciences is implemented as an interdisciplinary specialization within the following participating graduate programs. You must apply to one of the following programs to be considered for admission in the Neurosciences Specialization:
Refer to program specific admissions criteria and document requirements to determine if the GRE or another standardized exam is required by the graduate program. Official GRE scores must be sent directly to Office of Graduate Education Student Services. All other scores are to be sent to the graduate program.
TOEFL or IELTS is required of most applicants who are non-native speakers of English. Official TOEFL or IELTS scores must be sent directly to Office of Graduate Education Student Services. Minimum scores vary for each graduate program.
At the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa (UHM), the specialization in neurosciences is an interdisciplinary program that brings together faculty members from participating graduate programs (See Admissions Requirements above) to provide the training students need to contribute effectively to this field. Contact the graduate chair for further information.
Students who specialize in neurosciences take courses from departments that participate in the program. To view a listing of courses offered, visit www.catalog.hawaii.edu/courses/description-index.htm.
All graduate students at UHM need to meet degree requirements set by the Office of Graduate Education and their graduate programs. For general Office of Graduate Education requirements, see Degree Requirements. Below is an overview of the degree requirements for this graduate program.
Students are required to complete the degree requirements for their chosen graduate program, as well as additional requirements specific to neurosciences. Contact the graduate chair for information.