USJ’s graduate program in Biology is designed to meet the needs of working professionals who need a flexible course schedule.
Contact us to learn more about our online-based graduate program in Biology, which:
Flexible Schedule – Students from around the globe can participate and earn a degree in Biology at their own pace.
Small Classes – Our online class size is set at 15 students, encouraging thoughtful discussion and individual contact between students and faculty.
Opportunity to Network – Students interact with classmates through threaded discussions and group projects, meeting people from different careers and different areas of the world.
Faculty – Our Biology faculty members include an ornithologist, an aquatic ecologist, a cardiologist, a neuroscientist, a pharmacologist, a microbiologist and a geneticist. Many have ongoing research programs and have published their research findings in international journals.
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