£23,956 per year
The Graduate Program in Biology has been a successful component of the University’s mission in education, scholarship, and service for over 30 years. The Master’s degree in Biology has served as both a terminal degree meeting professional requirements, and as a bridge towards the doctoral degree.
Graduate have entered careers in education, research, and government service. Candidates for the master’s degree reflect the diversity found in San Antonio and surrounding communities. Hallmarks of graduates are the skills and attitudes to become independent scholars. Two degrees are offered. The Master of Arts in Biology provides a broad background of course work in biology, including molecular and cellular biology, environmental biology, and organismal biology. The Master of Science in Biology provides additional training in laboratory-based or field research through completion of a thesis.
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