Integrative Biology is a multidisciplinary, University-wide doctoral program involving the Charles E. Schmidt Colleges of Science and Medicine. The program is based in the Charles E. Schmidt College of Science and is administered in the Department of Biological Sciences by director Dr. Rod Murphey. The program admitted its first students in fall 2003. The application deadline is January 15 for the fall semester; there is no spring semester acceptance. Click here for more information.
Minimum of 80 credit hours (Master’s degree = up to 30 credits)
Establish a Supervisory Committee in first year (at least 3 members)
Establish a Dissertation Committee (at least 4 members)
Proposal should be defended no later than the fifth semester