Master of Science in Tumor Biology
Our research and clinical faculty have strengths in a wide range of topics in oncology, including treatment and prevention of breast, prostate and colon cancer, drug resistance, drug development, cancer vaccines, childhood cancers, and brain cancers. The MS in Cancer Biology program is a one-year program with admissions in the fall semester. The formal requirements for an MS degree in Tumor Biology are the completion of 30 graduate credits and a laboratory experience (Cancer Research Techniques) over two semesters.
How to Apply
Learn about the application process and requirements.
What will you learn in the program?
List of required & elective courses for the degree program can be found here.
Find example course schedules for both tracks.