If you have the talent, we have the opportunity.
The non-thesis M.S. in Biology degree program in the Department of Biological Sciences is designed for students who wish to pursue advanced studies in professional and graduate school or various vocational opportunities in biological sciences and related areas. The non-thesis track is designed for students whose career goals require graduate education, but not formal research experience, such as teaching at the community college/regional college level. The program provides the opportunity for broad training as well as specialization in areas of particular interest through the Molecular, Cellular and Developmental Biology (MCD) concentration and the Ecology, Evolution and Environmental Biology (E3B) concentration. Students should consult with their major advisor and Supervisory Committee when choosing a concentration and selecting a plan of study.
Early Entry Master's Program In this program up to 9 credit hours of graduate level 5000/6000 BIOL courses may taken as an undergraduate and also be credited toward the Master’s degree. In other words, graduate work will be “double-counted” for both your undergraduate and graduate degrees. See Admission Procedures and Deadlines for details.
DEGREE REQUIREMENTS AT A GLANCE
For more information contact:
Christine Richardson, Ph.D
Associate Professor and Graduate Program Coordinator
Department of Biological Sciences, Woodward Hall 386B
9201 University City Blvd., Charlotte NC 28223