Department of Biological Sciences
- Integrative and Organismal Biology
- Marine Biology
In the Department of Biological Sciences, you can actively participate in lab- and field-based research in state-of-the-art facilities both on and off campus, as well as take advantage of the region’s varied natural habitats. New Hampshire boasts a stretch of the Atlantic coastline, alpine habitats in the White Mountains, forests, fields, and more than 1000 lakes and associated wetlands. You can take advantage of our extensive network of research and teaching facilities, including the Jackson Estuarine Laboratory, the Shoals Marine Laboratory, and farms and greenhouses that are part of the New Hampshire Agricultural Experiment Station.
The graduate program in Biological Sciences is intended for students who aspire to a professional career in some aspect of animal or plant biology, whether in academia, government, non-profit organizations, or industry. The program emphasizes successful completion of original research through
- development of independent and critical thinking
- mastery of a range of research techniques
- broad knowledge of modern biology
- effective seminar and conference presentations
- writing scientific proposals, reports, and publications
The Biological Sciences, MS has two options, namely: Integrative and Organismal Biology and Marine Biology.
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