MS in Medical Sciences Program
1 or 2 years
boston university medical campus
Upcoming MAMS Virtual Info Session: May 21 at 1 pm
We were very excited to host our third Information Session on April 9,2022! To view a recording of the session, please check out our Facebook page.
Boston University’s MS in Medical Sciences (MAMS) Program is one of the oldest and most successful Special Master’s Programs (SMP) in the United States. Since it began in 1985, MAMS has selectively identified students who are both driven and dedicated to pursuing a career in medicine, and has been largely successful in helping over 3,000 students gain admission to US medical schools. Comprehensive advising is provided throughout all phases of the medical school application process.
Our masters in biomedical sciences program was developed to prepare students for a career in medicine by providing an academic environment that fosters integrity, collaboration, professionalism, cultural competence and lifelong learning. These core values align well with the mission of Boston University School of Medicine and Boston Medical Center.
MAMS is a 32 credit program that can be completed in either one or two calendar years, with all students starting in September. Coursework is completed during the fall and spring semesters. A research or literature-based thesis is required and many students elect to complete the program in two years, using the second year to gain valuable research and clinical experience. The curriculum and tuition for the program are identical for both the one and two year options.
In addition to coursework in the medical sciences, students may also opt to pursue interests in other areas such as Public Health, Mental Health Counseling and Behavioral Medicine, or Clinical Research by entering a dual degree program.