Applications for the Master of Science (MS) program open each year in July for fall quarter admission in the following calendar year. Visit the https://gradapplication.ucsf.edu website to create and monitor the progress of your application. Applicants are encouraged to apply as early as possible.
|Master of Science Admissions Annual Schedule|
|Action or Activity||2019 Cycle|
|Web Application Opens - https://gradapplication.ucsf.edu||July 2, 2018|
|Early Deadline||November 1, 2018|
|Regular Deadline||February 1, 2019 *|
|Final Deadline||June 3, 2019|
|Classes Begin||September 2019|
Applicants requiring early review because of special funding deadlines (e.g., members of the military) should submit their applications no later than the early deadline for expedited processing. Applicants seeking early review should submit a request to Steven Johnson no later than November 1.
The first working day in February is the regular deadline for MS applications. Screening of completed applications begins immediately after the regular deadline.
* Note: New applications will be accepted after the regular deadline only by those specialties which still have available space in the current annual admissions cycle. Availability and capacity will differ among specialty areas, and will fluctuate from one year to the next.
As of February 1, the below specialties are no longer open to new applications:
For those specialty areas with remaining space available, the last and final date to submit an application (completed and locked online application form, transcript, all recommendations, etc.) is June 3. Incomplete applications will not be reviewed; no exceptions can be made.
The School of Nursing reserves the right to process and admit applicants after the published deadlines.
Applicants can sign in and out of the UCSF application system as many times as necessary while completing their application. We recognize that identifying and summarizing your work and academic achievements can take time and effort. You can check your progress on the application overview page. Green check-mark symbols indicate completed sections. We advise you to plan ahead and ensure all sections have the indicative green check-mark at least two days before the regular deadline.
A personal interview may be required by the faculty within the specialty track involved in screening MS applicants. When admissions decisions have been made, you will be emailed by the application system that there has been a change in your admission status. Admitted MS students will have two weeks from date of notification to accept or decline our offer of admission.