Master in Anatomy, Cell Biology and Physiology Indiana University School of Medicine
Indiana University School of Medicine offers Masters's degree programs in Anatomy, Cell Biology, and Physiology with three different learning tracks that prepare students for successful careers in research or education, or entry into professional clinical programs of study such as medicine, and occupational therapy, or physical therapy. These are independent degrees and are not required as a prerequisite for the Anatomy, Cell Biology, and Physiology doctoral degrees.
All tracks of the Master’s program in Anatomy, Cell Biology, and Physiology require a total of 30 credit hours for the degree, but the Research Track requires more time in research. Students in the Research Track are expected to begin their investigational work during the first semester. Research Track students are expected to complete a larger research project related to their focus and enter a Ph.D. program after earning their Master’s degree.