Master’s & Dual Graduate Degrees
MS in Biomedical Sciences
Preparation for lifelong contributions to science and society amidst a culture of multidisciplinary research Apply now.
MS in Biomedical Informatics
Empowering graduates to use informatics tools to accelerate biomedical scientific discovery and health care. Apply now.
MS in Biostatistics
One-year, full-time program allows for rigorous and comprehensive didactic training in fundamental skills required for conducting high-quality clinical and translational research Apply now.
MS in Clinical Research
Two-year, part-time program for health professionals ready to launch a clinical research career Apply now.
MS in Genetic Counseling
A 20-month, full-time curriculum, blending didactic coursework with versatile clinical rotations Apply now.
A 42-credit, two-year curriculum, with a choice of general study or seven areas of specialization Apply now.
MS in Health Care Delivery Leadership
Rigorous online, on-site, and project curriculum designed for health care professionals Apply now.
Collaborative program with Fordham University's Graduate School of Social Service Learn more.
Graduate Certificate Programs
Clinical Research Training Program
Part-time certificate version of Master in Clinical Science (MSCR) program, without thesis and Y2 seminars Apply now.
Advanced Certificate in Public Health
A 13-15 credit, one-year graduate program with a choice of three concentrations Apply now.
Undergraduate & Post Baccalaureate Programs
Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP)
10-week lab-research fellowship with free housing and a $3,500 stipend Apply now.
Post Baccalaureate Research Education Program (PREP)
Mentoring, coursework, lab research training, and support to prepare you for PhD or MD/PhD coursework Apply now.