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Stony Brook University Health Sciences Admissions

Students are responsible for requesting supporting credentials and documents and uploading them to their applications. 

Steps to complete your application

Apply Online

No application documents or copies/images of documents will be returned to the applicant or sent to other institutions.  We recommend that you request transcripts directly from your institution(s) for your own records. Official transcripts may be duplicated for internal office use only. Upon admission, please send final official transcripts to: Office of Graduate and Health Sciences Admissions, Stony Brook University, HST, Level 2 - Rm. 271, Stony Brook, NY  11794-8276

The following programs use an alternative application: 

School of Medicine AAMC 
School of Dental Medicine ADEA 
Athletic Training ATCAS 
PA Entry Level only (HAPMS) CASPA 
Speech Language Pathology CSDCAS 
Dietetic Internship  DICAS 
Masters in Health Administration HAMPCAS 
OT (HAOMS) OTCAS 
PT Entry Level only (HAYDP) PTCAS 
MPH (HPHMP) SOPHAS 

Application Deadlines

Admissions Requirements:

Each Health Sciences program has different admissions requirements, which may include specific courses, minimum g.p.a. and related health care experience.  Before you apply, you should visit the Schools for details. You can also attend the information sessions that are held throughout the year.

It is each applicant's responsibility to be aware of their program's unique application process and requirements.  For any questions along the way, please feel free to contact us .     

Please see your specific department program page for information regarding admissions criteria.

 

If you are interested in applying as a Non-Matriculated Student, review the steps and criteria here.

International Applicant Information

The process for collection of documentation is an entirely online process through Visa and Immigration Services.  If appropriate, you will receive an email to check your SOLAR account and begin the application process under the heading "Visa and Immigration Services." Please follow all directions carefully. For more information regarding Visa and Immigration Services, please visit:  http://www.stonybrook.edu/vis/

Please contact us with any questions you may have at gradadmissions@stonybrook.edu  

TOEFL/IELTS

If your native or primary language is not English, you must take an English proficiency test. To be considered for admission, an applicant must present an acceptable score on the Duolingo, IELTS, TOEFL essential, TOEFL iBT are also acceptable.

The minimum scores are as follows:

iBT : Internet-based test 90

IELTS: Overall score of 7 with no subsection below 6.

The Stony Brook institutional code for the TOEFL test is 2548. For the IELTS test, it is 5366. 

Transcripts

For institutions attended abroad, an evaluation by appropriate agency to determine US equivalencies, official transcript and translation are required. Transcripts from institutions outside the U.S. must be evaluated by a NACES member, www.naces.org, such  as World Education Services (www.wes.org) . If you select the WES ICAP service, we will accept the copies of the transcript(s) WES sends to us as official.