With a master’s in biology, you’ll be prepared for careers across the spectrum of life sciences. Focus your studies in degree tracks ranging from cell and molecular biology to physiology and developmental biology to ecology and evolutionary biology.
Interested in health professions programs? The master’s in biomedical science degree is a one-year bridge program for future health care leaders.
Put theory into practice with research, internship, and service-learning opportunities. As a biology student, you can study ecology in Tanzania, complete a research thesis with a faculty sponsor, or learn about food insecurity through community projects.
Your classes will train you for doctoral programs, health professional schools and the scientific workforce. Choose a concentration that fits your goals:
Build relationships with classmates and professors. You’ll find a warm, collaborative community that supports your success instead of competing for opportunities.