The course will provide the student training necessary to independently do scanning electron microscopy. Methods of Nature Study for Teachers. The non-thesis track consists of seven core classes and five electives. The biological problems associated with living in various ecological realms will be discussed, and the biochemical and physiological adaptations of animals to their diverse habitats will be studied.
This course will examine the evolution, taxonomy, ecology, behavior, anatomy, physiology, and conservation of birds of prey of the world with emphasis on diurnal raptors, including those from Texas.
Graduate students will learn current strategies dealing with traditional molecular genetics including post-transcriptional regulation involving small non-coding RNA.
Natural History of the Vertebrates. This course may be credited toward a biology major with prior approval of the graduate advisor and department chair. The basic methodology of practical wildlife management. This degree is appropriate for talented students who already possess an undergraduate degree in the sciences and who want to strengthen or broaden their biology knowledge.
Admissions Infomation The non-thesis MS program — unlike our other graduate programs — can be started either in the Fall or the Spring semester. Graduate Standing, BIO 3. Application for Masters Graduation Note: Open to graduate students on an individual basis by arrangement with the faculty member concerned.
Lecture portion of course will cover cytology of all cell types and theoretical aspects of light microscopy and electron microscopy. In the pursuit of this degree, you will work closely with a faculty advisor who will help you to tailor a program of study to match your educational needs.
It describes the major endocrine glands, the synthesis and release of their hormone products, and the interaction with target tissues. Techniques in Wildlife Management. The focal point of the program is human biology. The deadline to apply for Fall admissions is May 1, and the deadline to apply for Spring admission is October 1.
Who is this degree program for? Emphasis will be placed on North American species and those groups inhabiting Texas. This course must be taken the semester immediately prior to student teaching. These persons should be able to comment on your potential for successful graduate work from a position of experience.
The non-thesis option can be completed in one calendar year, and different tracks are available focusing on different areas of biology. Some students condense this timeline by incorporating the summer elective s into their fall or spring semester.
This online program is open to eligible students in the U. A good letter of reference will be printed on letterhead stationary and include the following: In addition, the program is excellent preparation for professional schools. Permission of instructor is required. In the laboratories, students will compare ecological relationships that influence tropical biology, discuss peer-reviewed literature and examine tropical flora and fauna during field trips to regional sub-tropical areas.
Organic chemistry or consent of instructor. The course is a lecture course in modern genomics, including principles of genome function, the human genome, comparative genomics, genome sequencing, evolution and genomic change, databases and medicine, ethical, legal and social issues.
Exclude from 3-peat Processing Topics Grade Mode: Functional ecology of terrestrial plants, plant populations, and communities. One year of chemistry, or consent of instructor.
Cross-registration is not permitted in the summer.Students who wish to complete the non-thesis route may not count more than six hours of research toward the MS Biology degree.
Candidates for the MS in Biology must either take an oral comprehensive examination based upon course work used to satisfy degree requirements or complete BIO - Graduate Seminar. The Master of Science in Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (non-thesis track) is a one-year program providing an opportunity for individuals desiring careers in health sciences, industry, education or research to prepare themselves for either professional studies or positions demanding mastery of science beyond the baccalaureate level.
This M.S., non-thesis, degree program is designed to provide post-baccalaureate training in any area of biology, primarily through the completion of traditional lecture and laboratory courses.
This degree program can be completed in as little as one year, but multiple-year plans of study can also be accommodated. The master of science (M.S.) in biology includes 32 credits.
This non-thesis program is a valuable option that enables pre-professional students to develop courses of study tailored to meet their individual needs and interests. The non-thesis option can be completed in one calendar year, and different tracks are available focusing on different areas of biology.
The thesis option includes a research component and typically takes one and a half to two years. MS (Non-thesis Track) The non-thesis track of the Master of Science in biology is ideal for two types of students: Those seeking to enhance their academic record in preparation for future application to medical school or another professional healthcare graduate program such as veterinary school or physician assistant programs.Download