Graduate School of Duke University
The Medical Physics Graduate Program is a part of the Graduate School of Duke University. To apply to our program, you must submit your application through Duke University Graduate School Admissions. That external link will take you to the Duke online application site, which describes the general requirements for application to any graduate degree at Duke, including standardized tests, transcripts, letters of recommendations, personal statement, etc. Questions regarding those general requirements should be directed to the Graduate School.
Application Deadlines for Medical Physics Graduate Program (fall 2023 matriculation).
Dec 1, 2022 Deadline
Jan 8, 2023 Priority Review
Jan 31, 2023 Final Deadline
MS deadline for priority review is Jan 8, though all applications received by Jan 31 are guaranteed review. Applications received after Jan 31 will be reviewed if space is available.
To give you the most favorable consideration, we must have received all supporting materials – including transcripts, GREs (optional), and letters of recommendation – by the deadline. TOEFL (preferred) or IELTS scores are required for all students whose first language is not English.
Students must indicate in their applications whether they are applying for the Master of Science (M.S.) or Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) programs. PhD applicants have the option of automatically being considered for MS admission if the PhD application is unsuccessful. To do so, simply indicate your preference at the time of application. A new MS application is not required in this case. Once matriculated, a student who wishes to switch from the M.S. to Ph.D. program must formally apply to be admitted to the Ph.D. program.