Biological Sciences, Non-Thesis, MS
The Biological Sciences, Master of Science, non-thesis emphasis is intended for those who wish to expand their background in biological sciences content, including biology and science teachers. The program is designed to be as flexible as possible. Non-thesis students must pass an examination to be administered by the advisor in the form of a written paper or equivalent.
- Fall & Spring Admissions: Applications are accepted on a rolling basis. To be considered for TA position applications encouraged by: 10/15 for spring semester and 3/15 for fall semester.
Applicants must apply to the University of Northern Colorado Graduate School before the program area reviews the applicant’s request for admission. To apply, submit the following materials in a single packet along with the application fee. Failure to submit all required materials will delay the evaluation and screening of your application.
- $50 non-refundable application fee
- International Students: $60 non-refundable application fee
- Letter of Intent including Career Goals and Interest in a teaching assistantship (You will upload this after you have completed and submitted the online application.)
- Before admission to the program, students should have completed at least four courses in biology and a combined total of three courses in the supporting areas of chemistry, calculus or physics.
- Submit Graduate Record Examination (GRE) General Test Scores
- Required Minimum: 140 Quantitative; 146 Verbal Reasoning; Combined score of at least 297; Analytic Writing 3.5
- Completed Online Application
- Three Letters of Recommendation (You will start this process after you have completed and submitted the online application.)
- One official copy of transcripts from all accredited college or university attended since completing high school. UNC Alumni need not submit transcripts
- Before admission to the program, students should have completed at least four courses in biology and a combined total of three courses in the supporting areas of chemistry, calculus or physics. Students entering the program with deficiencies in coursework will be required to complete coursework based on recommendations of the graduate committee, the school director and the advisor.
- Rick Adams, PhD
- Lauryn Benedict, PhD
- Patrick Burns, PhD
- SueEllen DeChenne, PhD
- Gregory DeKrey, PhD
- Ginger Fisher, PhD
- Scott Franklin, PhD
- Seth Frietze, PhD
- Catherine Gardiner, PhD
- Karen Gomez, PhD
- James Haughian, PhD
- Ann Hawkinson, PhD
- Teresa Higgins, PhD
- Richard Jurin, PhD
- Susan Keenan, PhD
- Judith Leatherman, PhD
- Stephen Mackessy, PhD
- Mitchell McGlaughlin, PhD
- Robert Reinsvold, PhD
- Mark Thomas, PhD