Inter-College Degree Programs
One of the options available in Penn State's Molecular, Cellular and Integrative Biosciences (MCIBS) graduate program
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.
Covering basic and applied aspects of ecology, with research and teaching ranging from the molecular to the biosphere level
An interdisciplinary graduate program encompassing: cell and developmental biology, immunology and infectious disease, molecular and evolutionary genetics, molecular medicine, molecular toxicology, neurobiology
Integrating outstanding research and education in a wide range of basic and clinical disciplines in order to help students prepare for successful careers in academia, education, and industry.
Focusing on research training — ranging from molecular and cellular physiology to human organ systems — aimed at reducing disease and improving the health of individuals
Providing 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