Biomedical sciences: Online master’s degree
Master of science in biomedical sciences with an emphasis in veterinary sciences (MS)
Tuition and financial aid
Online graduate students pay in-state tuition regardless of residency.
This estimate is for illustrative purposes only and is based on academic year 2017 information. It includes:
- College of Veterninary Medicine biomedical sciences graduate tuition of $477.60 per credit hour, plus
- Information technology fee of $13.20 per credit hour.
This estimate does not include your application fee, textbooks or course materials. Additional fees may apply. Course fees vary from department to department. Your actual program costs will vary from these estimated totals.
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Graduate students may receive several types of financial aid, including loans, grants, scholarships, assistantships and fellowships.
3 out of 4 MU graduate students receive some form of financial aid. Financial aid is contingent upon eligibility.
* In the 2015 academic year, 9,153 graduate students were enrolled at MU; 6,938 (75.8 percent) of them received a combined total of $140,889,924 in need-based and non-need-based financial aid.
The Student Financial Aid Office can provide further information and assist you with federal aid and upcoming scholarship deadlines.
Academic scholarship for veterinary technicians
An academic-based scholarship is available for veterinary technicians who have graduated in the top 10 percent of their veterinary technician class and achieved GRE scores of 151 (verbal) and 142 (quantitative) or higher. Recipients also must be working toward an online MU degree or certificate in veterinary biomedical technology. For more information and an application, contact the online program in veterinary biomedical sciences at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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This program is administered by the College of Veterinary Medicine.
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