This program is designed to serve a wide variety of post-baccalaureate educational needs in central Arkansas and serves students with diverse backgrounds and goals. The program provides students with core skills desired by potential and current employers, specific knowledge and techniques relevant to specialized fields within biology, and the opportunity to work independently on a thesis or suite of course work suitable to each student’s aspirations.
The Master of Arts option includes the 13 credit hour core curriculum, 3 hours of seminar, and 20 hours of electives, including at least 9 hours at the 7000 level or above. Students may not receive credit for thesis research hours under this option.
The cell and molecular biology track is a common stepping-stone degree to our Ph.D. in applied science.
2801 S University Ave, Little Rock, AR 72204
Little Rock , United States