MSc in Biology
Tufts University - Graduate School of Arts and Sciences
USD 54,196 / per year
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Tufts' master's program in biology develops the student's ability to think creatively and critically about a range of biological subject matters and to study current research in biology through graduate courses, seminars, and research experience.
All courses are taught by leading researchers in topics ranging from macromolecules and gene expression. Students learn state-of-the-art laboratory skills that drive translational research, bridging theory to application.
Our program offers two options for the M.S. degree:
- Open Choice M.S.
- Open Choice M.S. with a Focus on Functional Genomics
Open Choice M.S. - The Open Choice M.S. is designed for students wishing to upgrade their expertise in the biology professions, explore or expand their interest in research, and/or broaden their base for making future career choices in the biological sciences.
Open Choice M.S. with Functional Genomics Focus - This part-time track of the Open Choice M.S. program offers a focus on Functional Genomics and is designed for students who wish to work full-time while completing their degree. It is an excellent fit for professionals in Boston’s robust biotechnology industry. The Functional Genomics track equips graduates with the skills needed to contribute effectively to enterprising research on genomics, biomedical, or commercial projects.
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