Biological Sciences - Physiology - M.S. and Ph.D. Download to print
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The Master of Science (M.S.) in Biological Sciences–Physiology faculty and student researchers in physiology study a broad range of topics, including endocrinology, neuroscience, immunology, reproductive biology and other regulatory systems. Researchers have access to resources for physiological research—including a vivarium, tissue culture facility, confocal microscope/visualization facility, laser capture microscope, genomics and proteomics facilities—located within the Department of Biological Sciences and the School of Biomedical Sciences.
Admission into the M.S.: Admission into the M.S.: official transcript(s); 3.0 GPA; GRE (general test); goal statement; three letters of recommendation; acceptance of the student by a faculty advisor; list of up to five potential faculty advisors; and undergraduate coursework roughly equivalent to a Biology minor.
M.S.: Minimum 32 total credit hours.
M.S.: A thesis and final defense is required.
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