University of Minnesota: Saint Paul, Minnesota

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  • The Department of Animal Science areas of emphasis are Animal Production Systems, Growth and Muscle Biology, Ruminant Nutrition, Non-Ruminant Nutritio... more >

  • Faculty in the program are prolific authors, provide leadership in the field's leading professional organizations, and are active consultants. Graduates of the college's HRD programs have moved into a wide range of professional positions in many states... more >

  • Society is seeking new approaches to food and fiber production that maintain the quality of the environment and the health and well being of the consu... more >

  • The graduate program in Natural Resources Science and Management provides opportunities for graduate students in an array of research subjects that are organized into seven tracks. This program is characterized by both breadth and depth, and builds on t... more >

  • Teaching and research programs include molecular, biochemical, cellular, developmental, physiological, organismal, ecological, and evolutionary biology of plants, algae, and fungi. Specific areas of research include genomics, gene expression, chromosome... more >

  • Faculty are committed to research and the application of knowledge for the enhancement of individual and family life. Their activities encompass a wide range of social, economic, and political issues that affect families locally, nationally, and interna... more >

  • The Conservation Biology Graduate Program at the University of Minnesota has two complementary missions. The first is to provide students with sound graduate training in the biological sciences relevant to the conservation of plants, animals and ecosyst... more >

  • The MSW program prepares professionals to enter advanced social work practice. The curriculum emphasizes social justice and the value of human diversity and the empowerment of oppressed people. more >

  • The Graduate Program in Soil Science encompasses two tracks; one in soil science and one in climatology. Approximately 70% of our research is environmental in nature, with approximately 30% related directly to production agriculture. more >

  • Water Resources Science is a science-based interdisciplinary graduate program, that draws on numerous water-related courses and involves over 100 faculty from departments on the St. Paul, Minneapolis, and Duluth campuses. Students will develop the bread... more >

  • The Nutrition Graduate Program at the University of Minnesota is an interdisciplinary program, with Graduate Faculty in a number of Departments and Schools. more >

  • Specializations include behavior, ecology, molecular genetics, microbiology, neurobiology, physiology, population dynamics, systematics, and taxonomy. more >

  • The graduate program in adult education (AdEd), a specialized academic area within the Department of Work and Human Resource Education (WHRE), prepares individuals to work with adults in a variety of roles, such as program developers, teachers, advisers... more >

  • Programs include:Infectious Diseases;Comparative Medicine and Pathology;Population Medicine;Surgery, Radiology and Anesthesiology;Theriogenology... more >

  • The Department of Applied Economics offers M.S. and Ph.D. degrees with specializations in Consumption and Marketing Economics; Development, Trade and Policy; Natural Resource and Environmental Economics; Production and Managerial Economics; and Regional... more >

  • As part of a program ranked second in the nation (U.S.News and World Report), this field of study gives you the opportunity to follow different types of education programs and subsequent career paths as you work with internationally experienced faculty... more >

  • The Comparative and Molecular Biosciences Graduate Program brings together both basic and clinical scientists to provide students with biomedical research training and the application of new knowledge towards the understanding of genetic infectious dise... more >

  • The student, working with her/his adviser and committee, can create an integrative program combining the common curriculum with a breadth of courses from several disciplines or areas including plant breeding at the organismal level, genetics and plant b... more >

  • The doctoral program specializing in marriage and family therapy typically requires four to five years of full-time post-master's study (including cou... more >