One Year Master's Program focused on Assisted Reproductive Technologies
The Animal Reproduction and Biotechnology Laboratory
(ARBL) at Colorado State University is pleased to announce an Assisted
Reproduction option within the Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences
(1 year) program.
This degree is a one-year, non-thesis course of
study that includes in-depth hands-on training in various aspects of
assisted reproduction. This program is ideal for students interested in applied reproduction
in humans, cattle, or wildlife, especially those desiring careers in
human or bovine embryology.
Research-Based M.S. and Ph.D. Programs
Through the ARBL, graduate students can receive a master's, doctorate, or post-doctoral degree
in Animal Sciences or Biomedical Sciences. A prospective graduate
candidate's area of research or interest will influence their choice of a
preferred faculty advisor.
The area of research interest and the faculty advisor will
influence the choice of a degree in Biomedical Sciences, Clinical
Sciences or Animal Sciences. The admissions committee will not accept a
student without the support of a faculty advisor who has available
resources including lab space and funding. Accepted MSA and PhD students
receive tuition and financial support from a variety of sources and
have the opportunity to conduct original research with highly qualified
faculty in world-class research facilities. The coordinators and faculty
lists at the right should assist in a student's efforts to gain the
support he/she requires.