Join Team Pharmacology
Application Fee - $50 for domestic applicants; $75 for international applicants. Both are
One (1) official transcript of all academic work completed to date.To be considered "official", the
transcripts must come from the issuing institution directly to the University of Colorado Denver Anschutz Medical
Campus graduate program. Use the following address:
University of Colorado Denver—Anschutz Medical Campus
Campus Box 163
PO Box 173364
1380 Lawrence Street Suite 1250
Denver, CO 80205-3364
Electronic Transcripts for all basic science graduate programs should be sent to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Coursework: Although not an absolute requirement, competitive candidates will typically have
completed undergraduate coursework in molecular biology, chemistry (general and organic), biochemistry, physics, and
Four (4) Letters of Recommendation from individuals such as college professors, who are familiar
with your academic and/or laboratory achievements. Recommendation letters can be submitted via the on-line
Graduate Record Exam (GRE) – GRE is not required, but we will accept GRE scores if the applicant
wishes to submit them. The University of Colorado GRE code is 4875. The GRE testing service
can be accessed on-line at: http://www.ets.org. For the Program to be able to receive official scores by the
(December 1), students should take the exam no later than November 1. GRE subject tests are not required.
Essays: You will be required to provide (upload) three essays with your application. There is no
minimum page, font size, or margins requirement. The three essays include:
- Past Work: Describe your past work in your proposed or allied fields of study, including
educational and non-course educational experiences, lab research, teaching or other relevant employment,
publications, theses, research
in progress, or other scholarly activities.
- Statement of Purpose: Describe your motivation and plans for graduate study and a professional
career, and discuss how this program will contribute to them.
- Resume or CV: Upload a resume to support your application.
Students whose native language is not English or who have completed their studies at an institution where English was
not the language of instruction, must demonstrate English language proficiency by submitting scores of the Test Of
English as a
Language (TOEFL) or its equivalent (IELTS). Please see this website for appropriate TOEFL or IELT scores. The
for the institution is also 4875.
Students with international transcripts will need to have their transcripts evaluated by our International Office. We
no longer accept WES evaluations with the application. Please have any and all international transcripts sent to the
Program a minimum of two weeks prior to the December 1 deadline to ensure that your transcripts are evaluated before
the deadline. Your application could be considered incomplete without a proper evaluation.
Applications will open September 1, and all application and supplemental materials are due no later than December 1.
Applications received after December 1 may not be considered. Following the receipt of completed material, successful
for interviews in February.