University of Minnesota: Twin Cities-Minneapolis, Minnesota

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  • The Joint Degree Program involves roughly 300 faculty members. more >

  • "To train individuals to be thoroughly competent in all phases of the specialty of oral and maxillofacial surgery, to provide opportunities to interfa... more >

  • Full-time graduate students generally have opportunities to supervise student teachers, teach introductory social studies classes, and conduct and publish research with one or more faculty members. Doctoral students are required to complete a research i... more >

  • Environmental health is concerned with the interface between people and their environments; work, home, and the outdoors. Understanding how exposures to external hazards create a toxic dose, how that dose may elicit biological responses, and how those r... more >

  • Analytical; Biological Chemistry; Inorganic Chemistry; Materials Chemistry; Organic Chemistry; Physical Chemistry; Chemical Physics... more >

  • Research-oriented PhD program that provides MA and PhD degree programs in the areas of Communication Theory and Rhetorical Studies. more >

  • The CSPP graduate program was ranked second nationally in 2007 by U.S.News & World Report and the Ph.D. program has been accredited by the American Psychological Association since 1952. The overall philosophy in the college is that theoretical concepts... more >

  • The Program in the History of Science and Technology at the University of Minnesota offers graduate work leading to the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees. The four main areas of coursework are history of the physical sciences, history of biology, history of techno... more >

  • The University of Minnesota Graduate Programs in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology, and Biophysics (BMBB) and in Molecular, Cellular, Developmental Biology and Genetics (MCDBG) have merged their first year graduate training into a combined Graduate Studie... more >

  • The faculty's professional initiatives have focused on helping schools during this period of transition from teaching mathematics that emphasized algorithms to teaching a wider range of mathematics topics. They have also found ways to help teachers chan... more >

  • The Biomedical Engineering Graduate Program is an interdisciplinary program designed to provide broad familiarity with the interactions among the engineering, biological and medical sciences and in-depth training in one of the traditional engineering di... more >

  • The University of Minnesota offers programs leading to Master's Degrees with emphasis in either Speech-Language Pathology or Audiology, and Doctoral D... more >

  • The psychological foundations of education track offers opportunities to focus in several different areas of specialized study. Study plans usually are individualized according to the studentÆs interests and goals, structured with the guidance of the gr... more >

  • This program is a graduate-level certificate designed for professionals already working in developmental education who want to formalize their trainin... more >

  • A three-year MFA program with the third year devoted to the completion of a publishable manuscript. Cross-genre experimentation encouraged. Courses in... more >

  • Because this program features collaborative instruction from three nationally ranked departments within the collegeùCurriculum and Instruction; Educational Psychology; and Work and Human Resource Educationùparticipants will benefit from a rich, broad-ba... more >

  • The Graduate Program in Biochemistry, Molecular Biology and Biophysics research emphasis is in genomics and proteomics. more >

  • Because the college is part of a large, internationally recognized research institution with a strong commitment to the sciences, your pursuit of studies in this area will allow you to draw upon the expertise of many faculty and staff, both in this coll... more >

  • Recognized as one of the outstanding pharmacy education and research institutions of the world, the University of Minnesota College of Pharmacy offers... more >

  • This APA-approved program, a member program of the Academy of Psychological Clinical Science, provides a comprehensive... more >

  • Degree programs include concentration in one or more of the four areas: experimental biophysics, applied biophysics, theoretical biophysics, and medical biophysics. A list of more than 50 courses offered by a variety of departments and accepted for cred... more >

  • Three programs of study are offered, under the administration of the Graduate School. These lead to the doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) degree or two types of master of science (M.S.) degrees; Plan A, requiring a thesis; and Plan B, which substitutes addit... more >

  • The program emphasizes the application of chemical principles to research on the action of drugs on biological systems. more >

  • The Ph.D. is a research degree in which your professors in English and other university departments prepare you to do original research and writing. You are encouraged and even required to see your research in a multi-disciplinary perspective. This migh... more >

  • Students in Educational Administration are the future leaders of schools (domestic and international), university faculty members, and researchers in the field of education. They come to the program from positions as teachers, school and district admini... more >

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