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College of Natural & Applied Sciences

College of Natural & Applied Sciences

Frequently Asked Questions

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS

 

1. Can I enter the program before taking the GRE general and subject tests?

Graduate Procedures

GRADUATE BIOLOGY PROGRAM PROCEDURES

The following is the process students must follow in order to graduate from the Graduate Biology Program.

 

I. Gain acceptance to the Graduate School and to the Graduate Program in Biology

For this to happen a student must:

A.    Possess a Baccalaureate Degree in a biology-related field, from an accredited US University or an equivalently recognized foreign institution of higher learning.

Application

APPLICATION MATERIALS FOR ALL STUDENTS (RESIDENT, NON-RESIDENT AND INTERNATIONAL STATUS)

Field work from boat.Submit the following application materials to the Office of Graduate Studies. Keep copies of everything. Deadlines are posted in the calendar of the latest Graduate Bulletin which is available online. Electronic applications are not currently accepted. Have official copies of the transcripts and GRE test scores sent directly from the issuing organizations to UOG.

The required application materials are: 

Faculty

Graduate Faculty

Below is a list of the current Graduate Biology Program Faculty. Your advisor or thesis committee Chair must come from this list, which will be updated every 2 years. 

 

Degree Requirements

DEGREE REQUIREMENTS

MS Biology Students

 

Graduate students in the field with Dr. Raymundo.Students must complete a minimum of 30 credit hours in order to graduate, with at least 20 of these at the 500 level or higher.

 

MS Biology Home

Master of Science Biology 

The College of Natural and Applied Sciences offers a Masters of Science Degree in Biology.

Fieldwork Photos

Images from the Field 

Alumni

Advisory Council

Environmental Science Graduate Program
Advisory Council

Composition & Purpose

The Advisory Council was formed at the initiative of local community professionals, working in cooperation with program faculty members, starting in January 2009. Its members come from local industry, education, and government, as well as from locally based federal agencies. 

Faculty

Faculty and Program Committees

 

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