Master of Science in Biology for the Health Professions
The purpose of this program is to accommodate the needs of students wishing to improve their qualifications for admission to health-related professional schools such as medicine, dentistry, optometry, and pharmacy by providing advanced training in biology leading to a master of science degree. The program is designed so that it is possible to take the program entirely online, either by full-time or part-time study. Students wishing to acquire advanced hands-on laboratory experience may do so by taking the suggested laboratory courses as electives.
The degree will require 32 credit hours, with 22 credit hours of required courses and the remainder elective courses. Up to nine credit hours of electives may be 400-level coursework. No more than nine credit hours may be non-biology courses.
|BIOL 515||Molecular Biology||3|
|BIOL 526||Developmental Biology||3|
|BIOL 527||Immunology and Immunochemistry||3|
|BIOL 530||Human Physiology||3|
|BIOL 542||Advanced Microbiology||3|
|BIOL 544||Molecular Biology of Cells||3|
|BIOL 595||Biology Colloquium||1|
|Select 10 credit hours from the following courses:||10|
|Concepts of Cancer Biology||3|
|Animal Physiology Laboratory||3|
|Special Problems 1||1-3|
|Statistics for Analytical Chemists||3|
|Verbal and Visual Communication||3|
|Communication Law and Ethics||3|
|Nutrition, Metabolism, and Health||3|
|Medical Aspects of Disabling Conditions||3|
|Social Bases of Behavior||3|
|Public Engagement for Scientists||3|
Any 500-level biology course
|Total Credit Hours||32|
Student may be approved for special problems as appropriate.