Master of Science. Majors in Biology and Neuroscience.
The M.S. program emphasizes research including (but not limited to) the departmental and multidisciplinary areas described above. Admission is based upon the compatibility of the student's research interests with the areas of concentration offered by the department and the availability of a faculty member to be the student’s mentor. An incoming student arranges a formal graduate program of at least 30 semester hours in consultation with their major professor and graduate committee. A laboratory research based thesis is required.
Please see the Biological Sciences graduate student handbook for details and program requirements on earning the Master of Science in Biology degree.