Inter-College Degree Programs
The Integrative Biosciences (IBIOS) program is designed to expose students to a broad range of concepts and technologies in the life sciences.
Penn State’s Master of Biotechnology Degree Program is a multidisciplinary, innovative Professional Science Masters degree that emphasizes hands-on learning. An internship and research project are required.
Penn State’s Intercollege Graduate Program in Cell and Developmental Biology (IGDP in CDB) prepares its graduates for diverse opportunities in academic institutions, pharmaceutical companies, private research foundations, governmental research and regulatory programs.
Penn State's Ecology Intercollege Graduate Degree Program covers basic and applied aspects of ecology. Research and teaching range from the molecular to the biosphere level.
Penn State's Intercollege Graduate Program in Genetics provides exceptional research opportunities in Genetics while promoting the academic and professional development of our students. The Genetics program includes more than 100 faculty whose laboratories span and integrate the diverse disciplines of genetics ranging from molecular, cellular and biomedical genetics to computational analysis of molecular evolution, populations and genomes.
Penn State's Immunology and Infectious Diseases Intercollege Graduate Degree Program is an interdisciplinary program offering research opportunities and instruction in a range of related fields, including cancer immunology, immune mediated diseases, infectious disease dynamics and viral, bacterial and parasitic pathogenesis.
The Molecular Medicine Intercollege Graduate Degree Program at Penn State prepares graduates for diverse opportunities in academic institutions, pharmaceutical companies, private research foundations, and governmental agencies.
Molecular toxicologists investigate how, why and when chemicals cause harm to life, for example, by affecting cellular and molecular processes leading to cancer. The Molecular Toxicology Intercollege Graduate Degree Program at Penn State helps prepare students for successful careers in biomedical sciences.
Penn State’s Intercollege Graduate Degree Program in Neuroscience integrates outstanding research and education in a wide range of basic and clinical disciplines. The program provides excellent preparation for students seeking careers in academia, education and industry.
Penn State's Physiology Intercollege Graduate Degree Program. Research training ranges from molecular and cellular physiology to whole organ systems.
Provides educational and research experience in molecular, cell, and evolutionary biology, biochemistry, biophysics, genetics and functional genomics, physiology, and root biology in order to help students prepare for teaching and research positions in academia, industry, and government.