The Cellular and Molecular Biology (CMB) program was the first interdisciplinary graduate program at NDSU.
The CMB program prepares students for careers in academia and private industry. All graduates of the program have obtained permanent positions in their field or are engaged in postdoctoral training.
Nearly 40 faculty members in many different departments participate as faculty mentors.
To be admitted with full status to the program, the applicant must:
- Hold a baccalaureate degree from an educational institution of recognized standing.
- Submit documents required by NDSU Graduate School (click here)
- Have earned a cumulative grade point average of at least 3.0 on a 4.0 scale
- Have adequate preparation and show the potential to undertake advanced study and research as evidenced by academic performance and experience.
- If possible, applicants should identify at least one Cellular and Molecular Biology faculty member with whom they wish to study.
- GRE general test OR completion of a Master's degree in a related field
Applications for the CMB program are accepted on a rolling basis throughout the year; for full funding consideration, the application file must be completed by Feb. 15 for fall admission.
The CMB program is a joint effort of the Colleges
- Agriculture, Food Systems, Natural Resources
- Science and Math
- Health Professions
Participating departments include: Animal Sciences, Biological Sciences, Chemistry and Biochemistry, Coatings and Polymeric Materials, Electrical & Computer Engineering (Bioengineering), Microbiological Sciences, Pharmaceutical Sciences, Physics, and Plant Sciences.
All applicants will be automatically considered for a graduate assistantship, unless they have funding from an external source.
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