The master's program in biotechnology and chemical science prepares students for work in a variety of professional settings or for further graduate study. It is an interdisciplinary graduate program in which a student may concentrate primarily in biotechnology, medical science, or chemistry. The emphasis of the program is to develop practical laboratory skills and a strong conceptual foundation in the crossover disciplines of chemistry and biology.
The program is appropriate for students holding a baccalaureate degree in biology, chemistry, or related sciences, or for those who have taken the required undergraduate prerequisite courses.
Postbaccalaureate students preparing for medical school are also encouraged to enter this program. The majority of the graduate course work for this program is offered during evening hours and on Saturdays, affording an opportunity to those employed full-time to extend their professional training.
The program includes a one-semester research experience but not a thesis. Those who complete the program and wish to develop their research skills further may choose to continue their graduate work at the doctoral level.
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Roosevelt University: Office of Admission