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Master of Science in Biosystems Engineering

Master of Science in Biosystems Engineering

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The Master of Science degree program in bio-systems engineering is designed to prepare graduates for advanced career opportunities that require disciplinary expertise beyond that available in the Bachelor of Science degree. The program is available under Plan A (thesis) and Plan B (without thesis). Plan A introduces the student to research methods, and the student is expected to execute, analyze, and publish an original research project under the guidance of an advisor. Plan B is suited for those who do not plan a research-related career, but desire additional skills and knowledge obtained through advanced course work. The program is available under both Plan A (with thesis) and Plan B (without thesis). Regular Status: Admission to the master's degree program in bio-systems engineering with regular status may be granted by the department, subject to the availability of resources and to the approval of the dean, upon consideration of the likelihood that the applicant will be able to complete a master's degree program successfully.
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