From the Saint Louis University Biology Graduate Program Page: The Department of Biology is organized into two broad areas of specialization: Cell and Molecular Regulation (CMR) and Ecology, Evolution and Systematics (EES). In either of these areas, students may elect to pursue a Master of Science degree in Biology.
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Credit Hours/Coursework | Biology Graduate Program
Non-thesis: A minimum of 30 hours of postbaccalaureate credit.
Thesis: A minimum of 30 hours of postbaccalaureate credit (6 hours of thesis research).
Program Description: This degree requires a formal research project and thesis and is excellent preparation for continued graduate studies at the doctoral level, or for employment in environmental, industrial or research companies.
Career Possibilities: Conservation Biologist, Geneticist, Physician
Curriculum & Program Details: The program is ideal for a candidate seeking lab research experience or wishing to advance to a Ph.D. program. A thesis is required. Coursework is based in two distinct areas of concentration: Ecology, Evolution and Systematics (EES) and Cellular and Molecular Regulation (CMR). Unique to studying in St. Louis is access to the St. Louis Zoo, the Missouri Botanical Garden, the Donald Danforth Plant Science Center and the Saint Louis University School of Medicine. These areas enhance the biological research education beyond the classroom. | Prospective Student Page for Biology
About the Biology Faculty: Biology proudly enjoys the international diversity of their faculty members and their disciplines. The members are grouped in six (6) research areas: Biodiversity and Conservation; Botany; Ecology; Genetics and Molecular Biology; Molecular Interactions, Signals and Pathways; and Physiology. | Biology Faculty and Staff Page
Scholarships & Financial Aid: Contact the Biology Department for more information. | Student Financial Services at SLU
Program Highlights: Students applying to the M.S. program usually desire to broaden their knowledge and/or become more competitive in seeking employment (in environmental, industrial, or research companies) or gaining admission into a health science program (medical school, dentistry, etc.). | Reis Web Site