Our Master's programs provide students with the skills and knowledge that will enable them to engage in the forefront of basic, applied and translational research or to continue their studies toward advanced degrees in biomedical science research and the health sciences. Most are also recognized as Professional Science Master's degrees (PSMs), programs consisting of advanced coursework in science with an appropriate array of professional skill-developed activities aligned with the needs of 21st century employers. Visit their website for more information.
The Master of Science in Clinical Research is a new program for fall 2016 that was created by clinical researchers to train scientists with a variety of backgrounds.
The Master of Science Program
in Microbiology offers choices for career specialization with flexible schedules, professional training for academic credit and academic preparation for national professional certification.
The Master of Science Program in Biomedical Sciences prepares graduates for positions as managers of clinical laboratories, consultants, research associates and research scientists in the pharmaceutical/biotechnology industry or medical toxicology.
The Master of Science Program in Genetic Counseling prepares its graduates for positions in the field of Genetic Counseling