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Computer Science

The School of Computing and Information Science offers Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) and Master of Science (MS) degrees in Computer Science.   The PhD degree is granted to highly-qualified students who have completed a rigorous course of study and research training resulting in the preparation and defense of a dissertation describing original computer science research. Students are required […]

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Communication

The Department of Communication and Journalism offers an MA and PhD in Communication with two major areas of study: Communication and Media Studies. Doctoral students also choose an external concentration from areas such as Business, English, History, Psychology, Women’s Studies, Marine Sciences, and more. Both Communication and Media Studies tracks provide students with a broad […]

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Biochemistry and Molecular Biology

The PhD in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology requires four to six years of completion with a curriculum plan that is variable and will take into account each student’s goals for graduate study and the content of his or her previous preparation. Students may choose from biomedical research areas such as cell regulatory systems, protein biochemistry, […]

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Animal Sciences

The M.S. degree in Animal Sciences may be earned for a program of study in reproductive physiology, animal health, nutrition or management. For the M.S. degree, a minimum of 30 semester hours, including credit given for the thesis, is required. The minimum amount of credit for the thesis is 6 hours and in no case […]

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Anthropology and Environmental Policy

Students may enter the MA program with a bachelor’s degree in anthropology or a related social or natural science discipline. Students may enter the PhD program with a bachelor’s or master’s degree in anthropology or a related social or natural science discipline. Core Curriculum: All students must complete 12 hours of core requirements focused on […]

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Biomedical Engineering

The Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering prepares students to conduct research involving the application of engineering to biological systems. Examples of research projects are sensors to detect specific biological molecules or pathogens in food or water, imaging of cells or proteins, conformation of biological molecules at membrane surfaces, controlling the interaction of microbes and […]

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Chemical Engineering

The graduate degrees in chemical engineering (MS/PhD) are designed to prepare students for careers in research or education. Research projects cover a wide area of chemical engineering and include both fundamental and applied topics. The major active research areas include pulping and bleaching processes, coating flows, flow in porous media, rheology, advanced materials, surface chemistry, […]

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