Faculty Research NOD M.S. Ph.D. Information for Current Students
Graduate Studies in Cell and Molecular Biology
The Graduate Program in Biology is a joint program between the departments of Biological Sciences at Rutgers-Newark and at the New Jersey Institute of technology (NJIT) and offers two degrees: the Master of Science (M.S.) degree, and the Doctor of Philosophy (Ph.D.) degree. Non-Degree (NOD) option is also available. The Program is arranged into three tracks, Cell and Molecular Biology, Ecology/Evolution and Neurobiology, each instructed by a core of faculty researchers.
Program Goals and Learning Outcomes.pdf
Rutgers-Newark houses the Cell and Molecular Biology (CMB) track, which provides graduate training in the following sub-disciplines:
Cancer Biology Cell Biology Cell Metabolism
Cellular Neuroscience Gastrointestinal Biology Epigenetics
Molecular Biology Neurodegeneration Stem Cell Biology
You may find more information on faculty research and degree programs of the CMB track via the links below.
Non-Degree (NOD) Program M.S. Program Ph.D. Program
Information for Current Students
- For NOD: All transcripts - TOEFL (required for international students) - Curriculum Vitae
- For M.S. and Ph.D.: All transcripts - GRE General (optional) - TOEFL (required for international students) - 3 letters of recommendation - Personal Statement (include description of previous research experience and current research interests) - Curriculum Vitae
Information for International Students
- NOD and M.S. deadline: August 1 for Fall admission and December 1 for Spring Admission
- Ph.D. deadline: December 15 for Fall admission. No Spring admission accepted.
Potential M.S. and Ph.D. students interested in the CMB track should apply to the Biology Graduate Program at Rutgers-Newark. Apply
Graduate Program Director: Dr. Haesun Kim (firstname.lastname@example.org)
M.S. Program Coordinator: Dr. Ching-On Wong (email@example.com)