Molecular, cellular, and developmental biology are the foundations of the program. Students complete 30 credits of graduate level courses. After completing required course credits, students choose the remaining credits from a wide range of elective courses to fulfill the degree program.
Students have the opportunity to study at an interdisciplinary program situated in a major research university at the Stem Cell Institute featuring a large, interdisciplinary, world-renowned faculty. The University of Minnesota has a long-standing commitment to discovery in the field of biology and research.
This program is an excellent preparation for work in academic and bioscience industry settings.
Students will be provided with:
- An excellent educational and research experience.
- An opportunity to interact with faculty on a broad range of cutting-edge research topics in Stem Cell Biology.
- Hands-on training to learn techniques for conducting research in the lab of a Stem Cell Biology program faculty member.
- Exposure to the national and international stem cell biology research community through seminars and symposia.