Master of Science in Biology with Specialization in Cell and Molecular Biology
32-34 credit hours
The Cell and Molecular Biology MS specialization is designed to provide students with solid foundation in the area of cell and molecular biology. Our rigorous curriculum combined with research opportunities offered by the department provide the students with the knowledge, skills, and experiences to pursue careers in the field of Cell and Molecular Biology.
|BIOL 501||Graduate Laboratory Techniques||2|
|BIOL 515||Molecular Biology||3|
|BIOL 526||Developmental Biology||3|
|BIOL 533||Advanced Graduate Laboratory Techniques||3|
|BIOL 544||Molecular Biology of Cells||3|
|BIOL 545||Advanced Cell Biology||3|
|or BIOL 527||Immunology and Immunochemistry|
|BIOL 595||Biology Colloquium||1|
|Research Course Requirements||(6)|
|Select one of the following options:||6|
Select one additional elective
|Research Techniques in the Biological Sciences I|
and Research Techniques in Biological Sciences II
|Research and Thesis M.S.||6|
|Select five to six credit hours||5-6|
Any 500-level biology course
|Concepts of Cancer Biology||3|
|Special Problems 1||1-3|
|Total Credit Hours||32-33|
Students may be approved for special problems as appropriate.
Other requirements are identical to those described previously for all M.S. students in biology.