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Graduate Studies

Graduate study in Biological Sciences at Purdue University is multi-disciplinary, offering a wide variety of choices for doctorate and masters degrees.  Areas of research include Biology Education; Cell & Molecular Biology; Ecology & Evolutionary Biology; Microbiology, Immunology, & Infectious Disease; Neuroscience & Physiology; Structural, Biophysical & Computational Biology. A major advisor may be selected in any of these areas. In addition, several interdisciplinary programs also are available in conjunction with other departments and divisions within the University. We therefore welcome applicants from different disciplines such as chemistry, physics and related fields as well as students from traditional biological backgrounds.

Application Tips

Faculty members from the Department of Biological Sciences at Purdue University explain what they want to see in a successful grad school application. It's about more than test scores and accomplishments. We understand choosing a graduate program is about culture and fit, too. Tell us who you are, why you want to be here and what you hope to accomplish.

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