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We offer a vibrant community for undergraduate students, where you’ll meet new people and challenge yourself intellectually. You can conduct hands-on science experiments in the lab with professionals in the field or join a club with fellow students who share your academic interests.
The more you apply concepts learned in the classroom in real-life situations, the more you’ll deepen your understanding of modern molecular science which will prepare you for a wide variety of careers. Plus, you’ll learn how transdisciplinary research is vital to addressing societally relevant problems.
The School of Molecular Science recognizes that not only are traditional chemistry and biochemistry changing, but so are the expectations of students who will be graduating with PhD degrees in these subjects. Our graduate students train in fundamental molecular science, but also learn how to contribute to mission-based research that is societally relevant.
Our degree programs will help you to become independent and successful. You will learn how to identify important scientific problems, and how to solve to real-world challenges from the molecular perspective.
Graduate students in the School of Molecular Sciences are not only involved in the continued development of fundamental molecular science, but are tackling scientific problems that transcend traditional disciplinary boundaries: they are finding molecular solutions to real-life problems. These research experiences provide our students with a training that will enable them to be successful in a scientific world where the boundaries between traditional disciplines are rapidly disappearing, and that will be relevant going into the future.