The School of Animal and Comparative Biomedical Sciences houses three graduate programs; Animal Sciences, Animal and Biomedical Industries, and Microbiology.
The Animal Science Graduate Program provides students with an opportunity to gain hands-on experience while working with distinguished faculty in state of the art facilities. Numerous opportunities exist for course work and research in areas ranging from current animal production techniques to recombinant DNA research on fundamental animal and cell physiology problems. Animal Sciences Graduate Student Handbook for 2015
The MS Program in Animal and Biomedical Industries is a 1 year (2 semester) program. Student complete 30 units of coursework and complete a non-thesis MS degree. Coursework directly relates to the Animal and Biomedical Industry by teaching students concepts in several critical areas.
The Microbiology Graduate Program provides postgraduate education in the basic science disciplines, including microbiology, immunology, and food safety, embracing an integrative approach to science. Students will develop a broad academic foundation with a concentration in at least one science discipline. Microbiology Graduate Student Handbook for 2015