GRE Requirement: UGA Regulatory Affairs Masters Program

Master's of Science Admission Criteria

GRE Requirement

Graduate Records Examination (GRE) Information

The GRE is the required test for consideration for admission into the both MS Program options - Thesis or Project. There are no exceptions. No other test scores can be substituted for the GRE. For admission decisions, we require only the Quantitative and Verbal scores of the General Test. We do not require subject tests. The submitted GRE scores must be no more than 5 years old. If older than that, you must retake the test and submit your new scores.

A combined (verbal and quantitative) GRE score of 1000 or higher is preferred on tests prior to 2011. A score of 300 or greater is preferred on tests after 2011. However, GRE scores are assessed in relation to other factors such as GPA, background, and interview for determination of admission. We welcome applications of all qualified persons with a sincere interest in Pharmaceutical and Biomedical Regulatory Affairs.

For additional information on the GRE test, you may check the GRE website at or call 800-GRE-CALL. Also, University Testing Services has information on their site: or you can call them at 706-542-3183.

ImportantGRE Waiver Request. Under certain circumstances, such as an existing graduate degree or significant work-related experience in the health product industry, a waiver of the GRE requirement may be considered. Please select the GRE Waiver request link here to understand the policy and to access the GRE Waiver Request form.   No waiver request is guaranteed.