Cellular and Structural Biology

The program of graduate study leading to a Master of Science degree in Cellular & Structural Biology is quite flexible. Students may select to pursue through either the Anatomical Sciences or Biotechnology track.  

Specific coursework will depend on the student, the area of specialization, and the professional career for which the student is preparing. A minimum of 36 semester hours of graduate credit is required. The Anatomical Sciences track is a non-thesis track and does not require laboratory research.

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Contact Information:
Yidong Bai, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
(210) 567-0561

Jason Sandlin
Academic Program Coordinator

Application Deadline:
Fall/March 1