Campus Biology Graduate Programs
The Department of Biology offers a program of graduate study leading to the Master of Science Degree in Biology.
M.S. and M.A. in Biology (concentrations in Botany, Ecology and Biodiversity, Gen. Bio., Microbial and Cell. Biology, Zoology.
ur Ph.D. program endeavors to be more than a traditional "academic" program. The interdisciplinary faculty works with our graduate students to develop the critical thinking necessary to solve critical, real world problems.
The major aim of the graduate molecular and cell biology program is to prepare students for employment in biomedical research or...
Modern biology has been revolutionized by developments in molecular and cell biology. These developments cross traditional disciplines in ways that involve virtually every aspect of biomedical investigation.
The Program in Developmental Biology provides graduate students with a wide spectrum of exciting research possibilities and a broad cross-disciplinary training to understand complex biological process.
Areas of study include biochemistry, cellular and developmental biology, genetics, cell cycle, vector biology & neurobiology.
The Department of Biochemistry is located in the Noble Research Center, which has approximately 41,000 square feet of teaching and research space.
Takes on average 4 to 5 years to complete, and is granted by NUS.
This degree program prepares a student for continuing with a doctoral degree program, service in a research-related environment or the teaching profes...
The Department of Biological Sciences offers the M.S. and the Ph.D. degrees in the Biological Sciences. M.S.
The Department of Anatomy has designed these degree programs to meet the growing demand for educators and researchers in the basic and clinical anatom...