Master of Science in Genetics and Genomics

The Master of Science in Genetics and Genomics is designed to provide a high-quality education for advanced academic study in genetics. The program integrates knowledge gained in coursework covering a range of genetics specialties including Bioinformatics and Genomics; Conservation and Population Genetics; Medical Genetics; Microbial Genetics; Molecular, Cellular, and Developmental Genetics; and Plant Genetics.

This degree program is designed for students who are interested in research careers that do not require a doctoral degree and is not meant to be a bridge to doctoral programs. Applicants interested in a Master’s degree are only considered for admission only when a current faculty member has agreed to act as an advisor to the prospective student.

For more information, visit the Genetics & Genomics Program website.

Steps to Fulfill a Masters Program