Genetics M.S.

The coursework for the master of science degree is formulated with the assistance of the student's guidance committee. Students admitted to the M.S. program are required to conduct a research project under the guidance of a faculty adviser, write and submit a thesis based on this research, and pass an oral examination covering graduate courses and thesis. Students are required to take a minimum of 30 credits, including at least three genetics courses (minimum of 10 credits), attend seminars, present one seminar per year, and write and defend a thesis.

Questions? Contact:

Subhash C Minocha, Ph.D.

Rudman Hall Rm 103
Durham, NH 03824