The Biological Sciences Department at the University at Albany offers three unique undergraduate degree programs:
The Biological Sciences Department at the University at Albany offers graduate programs leading to Ph.D. and Master’s degrees in Biology as well as a Professional Science Management Certificate program that allow students to participate in research while preparing for successful careers around the world.
Each graduate program offers “core” areas of focus. The Ph.D. program in Biology focuses on Molecular, Cellular, Developmental, and Neural Biology (MCDN); the Master’s program in Biology offers master’s degrees in Forensic Biology and Biological Sciences; and the certificate program offers a Professional Science Management Certificate in Forensic Biology.
The faculty and students in the Department of Biological Sciences at UAlbany are actively engaged in research in a highly-diverse variety of research topics and projects addressing a spectrum of issues of interest and concern to the scientific and general community.
Supervised undergraduate research provides students with the opportunity to gain practical experience working in actual research labs with respected faculty and the opportunity to gain experience in presenting their research and competing for awards.
Graduate research benefits from the Department’s access to state-of-the-art research facilities (including the Department’s Biological Imaging facilities) as well as resources available at the RNA Institute and the Core facilities (including the Tissue Culture Core, Molecular Core, Chemistry Core, Mass Spectrometry Core, Animal Labs, and Nuclear Magnentic Resonance Imaging facility).