COLLEGE OF APPLIED & NATURAL SCIENCES

Graduate Programs

Master of Science in Biology

The master’s program in Biology offers students the option to complete a thesis or the non-thesis track.

 

As part of the Master’s Programs in Biology, graduate students are required to take the course BISC 535: Current Topics in Biological Sciences. The topics for this class vary by quarter as does the professor teaching the course. upcoming topics are:

  • Fall 2019 – Speciation – Dr. Shepard
  • Winter 2019 – Reactive Oxygen Species: Cell Signaling or Cell Death – Dr. Hindmarsh
  • Spring 2019 – Space Biology – Dr. Vandenbrink

Master of Science in Molecular Science and Nanotechnology

This interdisciplinary program is administered jointly by the School of Biological Sciences in the College of Applied and Natural Sciences and by the College of Engineering and Science. Students can choose to complete a thesis or the non-thesis track

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Ph.D. In Molecular Science and Nanotechnology

This interdisciplinary program is administered jointly by the School of Biological Sciences in the College of Applied and Natural Sciences and by the College of Engineering and Science. Students possessing only the bachelor’s degree and not a master’s (in biology, biomedical engineering, chemical engineering, chemistry, electrical engineering, physics, pharmacology, or a closely related field) may be considered for admission directly into the Ph.D. program on the basis of outstanding academic achievements.

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