M.S. in HNFE
The department offers a Master of Science in HNFE degree in Behavioral and Community Science, Clinical Physiology and Metabolism, and Molecular and Cellular Science.
For information about faculty affiliated with each track, please refer to the Graduate Program Faculty page.
30 total credits
20 course credits
6 research and thesis credits (HNFE 5994)
Research Ethics and Integrity Requirements:
- Human Subjects Protections Tutorial Institutional Review Board (IRB)
- Institutional Animal Care and Use Committee (IACUC) related training
- ALS 5324 Research Ethics in Agr & Life Sciences (fall only) (1 cr)
- GRAD 5014 Academic Integrity & Plagiarism (2 cr)
Milestone Requirements for M.S. Degree:
See specific details in the MS Graduate Handbook.
- Convene an advisory committee
- Submit a plan of study (due by the end of semester 2)
- Complete all coursework on plan of study
- Submit a progress report (due every spring)
- Take and pass the proposal exam (due semester 3)
- Take and pass final exam (due semester 4)
- Submit electronic dissertation