MS in Human Morphology

​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​​The Department of Anatomy, Cell Biology and Physiological Sciences offers under the umbrella of the Gradu​ate Studies in Biomedical Sciences a Master of Science in the discipline of Human Morphology.

​​​Admission requirements

An undergraduate average of at least 80 percent (or standardized equivalent from other institutions of higher learning) in the major field of study and a cumulative average of at least 75 percent (or standardized equivalent) for all work done at the undergraduate level leading to a bachelor’s degree or its equivalent are required for admission as a regular student. An undergraduate average of at least 75 percent (or standardized equivalent from other institutions of higher learning) in the major field of study and a cumulative average of at least 75 percent (or standardized equivalent) may qualify for admission on probation. Applicants may also be obliged to fulfill the English language proficiency requirement. Further information on the general requirements for the admission to the MS program are described on Page 43 of the Graduate Catalogue.​​

Application

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Program requirements​

Students must complete a minimum of 21 credits of graduate course work with a minimum general average of 80. In addition, all students must pass a comprehensive examination and complete a thesis project equivalent to 9 credits. The following table summarizes the requirements for the MS in Human Morphology​: ​


Courses Codes Credits
General Physiology: Cellular MechanismsPHYL 3103
Cell and Tissue BiologyHUMR 3053
Organ HistologyHUMR 3063
NeuroanatomyHUMR 3083
Research SeminarHUMR 3141
Biomedical Research TechniquesHUMR 310 2 out of 3


The thesis must be presented and defended to the satisfaction of the examining committee. The thesis project is conducted in the fields relevant to Neuroscience depending on the thesis project advisor and the laboratory selected by the student. Information on the laboratories, research interests and projects of the faculty members of the Department is available via the following link​.​