Interdisciplinary Studies in
Structural and Computational Biophysics
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Application Process (Graduate School applicants): For those applying for acceptance into graduate school, application is made to the home program (Biology, Chemistry, Computer Science, Mathematics, Molecular and Cellular Biosciences or Physics. You are encouraged to express, at the time of application, your interest in being considered for the"SCB Track" at the beginning of your "Statement of Interest".
Submit the WFU graduate school application through the Graduate School website.
Formal Admission to the SCB Track: Students are considered for admission to the Interdisciplinary SCB Graduate Track after the first semester following their admission to the graduate program in the department to which they initially applied. Admission to the Track is initiated by meeting with the SCB department representative. The student will then submit a letter of intent and a Wake Forest University graduate transcript to their department representative, who will submit it to the SCB Advisory Committee. The letter of intent should express the student's interest in the SCB program, a proposed plan of study, and how the SCB program meets the student's career and academic goals. Admission is recommended by the SCB Advisory Committee; final admission to the SCB Track is determined by the Graduate School.
We encourage applications from underrepresented minorities and students with disabilities.