College of Arts and Sciences
USF’s Master of Science in Biology is research-intensive, providing personalized, hands-on training in a faculty member’s laboratory. Working together with their advisers, students design an independent, faculty-directed research project that culminates in a formal written thesis.
The program offers graduate work within selected areas of botany, developmental biology, cancer biology, ecology, genetics, marine biology, nonmammals, microbiology, virology, anatomy, parasitology, physiology, immunology and photobiology.
The focus of USF’s Master of Science in Biology program is hands-on lab research with full-time faculty and the completion of a major lab research project. Students who have successfully completed the program are prepared to pursue further postgraduate work or to enter into a technical position in a related research or industrial laboratory.
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