John Carroll University
University Heights, Ohio
- Closing Date
February 1, 2019
The Biology Department at John Carroll University seeks M.S. graduate student applications for Fall 2019. For students interested in herpetology, the department has strengths in Behavioral, Chemical, and Landscape Ecology, Conservation Biology, Developmental Biology, and Systematics. The faculty is committed to providing a supportive, mentoring environment for master’s level graduate students and has a high rate of degree completion in its two-year program. Facilities in the department are located in the Dolan Center for Science and Technology, which houses well equipped research labs, animal care facilities, and a full greenhouse. The department is composed of 11 full-time faculty members (4 of which are herpetologists), 17 graduate students, and approximately 240 undergraduate majors. Graduate student support packages are competitive and include full tuition and fee remission for qualified applicants, and most students receive stipends for their work as graduate teaching assistants in departmental laboratory courses. Please visit our website to learn more about the department and contact possible faculty advisors, and direct any questions about the program to Dr. Ralph Saporito, Graduate Program Director (firstname.lastname@example.org).
- Bachelor's degree in Biology or related fields from an accredited university.
Please visit our website to learn more about the department and contact possible faculty advisors, and direct any questions about the program to Dr. Ralph Saporito, Graduate Program Director (email@example.com).