£11,786 per year
Students gain advanced knowledge of the nutrition, physiology, reproduction, pathology, toxicology, immunology, food science, management, ecology, genetics, incubation, environmental physiology, and developmental biology of wild and domesticated birds. Students graduate with the qualitative and quantitative skills necessary for professional research in the underlying principles of the biology of Aves derived from genetics, cell biology, physiology, behavior, medicine and environmental biology. The university requirements for the M.S. degree are detailed in the Graduate Student Handbook a, published by Graduate Studies. Specific requirements include:
Students must be in residence and be enrolled in the graduate group for at least three quarters.
Ordinarily, all work for the Master’s degree is done in residence. Work completed at another university, up to 6 units, may be credited to the degree in special circumstances. Students enrolled in a double major may transfer up to 12 units from one program to another.
Only courses in the 100 and 200 series, completed with a grade of A, B, C or S may be counted toward the requirement.
Student must maintain a GPA of 3.0.
Student may choose one of the following options:
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