Cell and Molecular Biology (Master of Science)
Requirements for Admission to Graduate Studies for the Degree of Master of Science
Biology (three semesters, including genetics), chemistry through organic, mathematics through calculus, physics (two semesters), physical chemistry. Satisfactory scores (60 percentile) on general (aptitude) Graduate Record Examination. Students who do not have all of the courses listed but who have a good academic record will be considered for admission to the program. Deficiencies may be made up after matriculation.
Requirements for Advancement to Candidacy for the Degree of Master of Science
Completion of any deficient admission requirements.
Master’s candidates are required to take six credits of cell biology (CLBI 301 & CLBI 302), six credits of biochemistry (BIOC 301 & BIOC 302), two credits of seminar (CLBI 381), and six research credits. The remaining nine credits are to be completed in combination of at least one course credit and eight research credits. Studies committee and advisor will guide student in course selection.
All students must demonstrate satisfactory progress; finish minimum course work within three years; and finish cumulative exam within prescribed times limits; participate in seminar program.