The GRE is optional for Fall 2021 Admission. Not submitting the GRE will not be counted against an applicant. The Graduate Programs in Biomedical Sciences at USU have grown from a single graduate student enrolled in the Physiology Ph.D. Program to approximately 220 graduate students in 2020.Approximately 150 military and 70 civilian graduate students.Ph.D. degrees in three Interdisciplinary ProgramsEmerging Infectious DiseasesMolecular and Cell BiologyNeuroscienceDoctoral and master degrees in Departmentally-based Programs:Department of MedicinePh.D. in Health Professions EducationDepartment of Medical and Clinical PsychologyClinical Psychology ProgramMedical Psychology ProgramDepartment of Preventive Medicine and BiostatisticsPh.D. in Environmental Health Sciences*Ph.D. Medical ZoologyDoctor of Public HealthMaster’s degree programs are offered in:Public HealthTropical Medicine and Hygiene*Master of Science in Public Health*Master of Health Administration and PolicySome degree programs limited to military students (indicated by *).The University is accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education, and the Medical School is accredited by the Liaison Committee on Medical Education. The Department of Defense, the USU Board of Regents, the President of USU, and the Dean of the F. Edward Hébert School of Medicine, actively support and encourage graduate education in the basic medical sciences at USU.