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Biochemistry and Molecular Biology - Master of Science (ScM)

Johns Hopkins University    Bloomberg School of Public Health

Full time August MSc, Other 2 Years Full Time

About the course

The Master of Science (ScM) is a two-year program that is perfect for students who wish to obtain a blend of coursework with rigorous training in laboratory research. The ScM combines the coursework of the Biochemistry and Molecular Biology Master of Health Science (MHS) degree with an additional year of lab research training that culminates in an original research-based thesis under the guidance of a faculty mentor.

During the ScM, students will learn some of the newest techniques for cell, molecular, and biochemistry research. Typically, ScM graduates continue their training in healthcare or advanced graduate research study or obtain positions in industry or government.

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Entry Requirements

For the general admissions requirements see our How to Apply page: View Website
The specific program also requires:

Prior Work Experience
Lab research experience is required, gained either through separate employment or bachelor degree work.

Prior Coursework
Strong background in the sciences, particularly in chemistry, biochemistry, or biology

Standardized Test Scores
Standardized test scores (GRE, MCAT) are optional for this program.

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