Through advanced coursework, interdisciplinary research and experiential learning, this program trains tomorrow’s leading-edge scientists in genetics, biochemistry, molecular biology, cell and developmental biology, neurobiology, environmental sciences, biotechnology, genomics, proteomics, protein interaction networks, and bioinformatics.
Students in the Master of Biological Sciences program have the opportunity to immerse themselves in thesis-driven individualized research in their area of interest.
- Opportunities to conduct and present your research, gaining valuable skills as a future scientist.
- Graduates are well-equipped to pursue careers in PhD, MD, or pharmacy programs.
- Internship opportunities with the Buck Institute, BioMarin, and the SENS Research Foundation (SRF)
|Application Deadlines||Tuition Rate Per Unit||Number of Units||Format and Length|
|Fall: July 1*
Spring: December 1
*Priority deadline is April 1. Submissions are reviewed on a rolling basis, and research spots are limited.
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(online and in-person)24-36 Months
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