With a Masters
in Biological Sciences
at the Grand Valley State University
you will have received a well-rounded education in the natural sciences, permitting you to take advanced courses from a broad spectrum of the biological sciences, including cellular and molecular biology, physiology, ecology, animal biology, plant biology, and microbiology.
masters students: You may have specialized in Bioinformatics, a fast-growing field at the intersection of Biology, Mathematics and Computer Science, where you sought to create and advance algorithms, computational and statistical techniques, and theory to solve formal and practical problems arising from the management and analysis of very large biological data sets. with special emphasis on hands-on expertise relevant to bioinformatics.