MS in Vision Science

Admission Information

The MS in Vision Science program attracts candidates who wish to earn a master in science in vision science degree — and gain experience in vision research methodology — without enrolling in a four-year OD program. You must hold a bachelor’s degree and have taken or plan to take the Graduate Record Exam’s general exam to be considered for admittance.

Requirements for admission to the MS include:

  • Bachelor Degree in a field relevant to vision science from an accredited university.
  • Official transcripts from all undergraduate, graduate and/or professional schools.
  • (2) Letters of recommendation from professional colleagues, instructors or professors.
  • Official Score Report of the Graduate Record Examination (GRE) with Verbal
  • The following GRE component scores are highly recommended: Verbal Reasoning ≥ 142, Quantitative Reasoning ≥ 143, Analytical Writing ≥ 2.7
  • International Students: Official score report of English proficiency test.
  • Minimum cumulative GPA of 3.00
  • Conditional admission allowed; retention based on performance in core curriculum.

Tuition and Fees:

M.S. in Vision Science students adhere to standard UIW graduate tuition rates. You can review tuition rates for graduate students within the ‘Main Campus’ section of the UIW Tuition and Costs webpage. Tuition options are available for military students.  Please contact us to discuss further.