|Master of Science|
Tailor your program to emphasize any area of biology, including aquatic biology, |
ecology, physiology, microbial ecology, molecular biology or genetics.
| Focus on specialized research in areas such as biochemistry and analytical, inorganic, |
organic, organometallic, physical or polymer chemistry.
| Position yourself to take advantage of the expanding opportunities in conservation |
with state and federal agencies or nongovernmental organizations.
| Prepare for advanced entry into professional careers ranging from artificial |
intelligence to pattern recognition and image processing.
| Explore cartography, geographic information systems or remote sensing.|
| Enhance your opportunities in business-, industry-, or government-related careers, or |
prepare to teach physics or astronomy.
| Prepare yourself for a higher level job in industry, to enter engineering graduate |
programs, and for high level doctoral programs.
|Master of Arts|
| Gain the knowledge and practice you need to teach college chemistry.|
| Structure your studies to prepare for any number of careers in business, industry and |
government or for secondary school teaching.
| Develop projects that investigate patterns and processes that regulate environmental |
variations across a range of temporal and spatial scales.
| Explore pure or applied mathematics, statistics, or mathematics education and |
prepare for a career teaching college mathematics.
| Develop new materials for anything from commercial applications to alternative |
| Integrate computing, statistics and geographical information systems to transform |
raw data into meaningful knowledge.