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Human Anatomical Sciences

Program Summary

As a student of the the Master of Science in biology program with a specialization in human anatomical sciences, you will further your understanding of human anatomy and physiology while you develop the skills necessary to teach in a community college setting or work in a research organization.

Graduate Catalog Program Information

Program-Specific Admission Information and Requirements

Affiliated College: College of Liberal Arts and Sciences

Degree(s) Offered: M.S. in Biological Sciences

Area(s) of Emphasis:

  • Specialization in Bioinformatics
  • Specialization in Human Anatomical Sciences
  • Concentration in Biochemistry
  • Specialization in Biology Teaching

Program Requires GRE: Yes

Letters of Recommendation: 2

University Requirements

Application Deadlines

Internationals Living Abroad Applicants Residing in the U.S.
Fall May 1 July 15
Spring October 1 December 10
Summer June 1

 

For More Information

Department of Biological Sciences
349 Montgomery Hall
Dr. Karen Samonds
ksamonds@niu.edu
(815) 753-3201

Director of Graduate Studies:
Neil Blackstone
neilb@niu.edu

Application Contact:
Sharon Farley
sfarley@niu.edu
(815) 753-0437

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