Graduate School Programs
The UT Southwestern Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences is committed to giving students the skills, opportunities, and encouragement to become true problem-solvers in the biological, physical, and behavioral sciences. Programs are designed to create leaders in research and education who will make significant contributions to the advancement of human health.
New Curricula in Basic Science Ph.D. Programs Begin Fall 2012
Take a look at the new degree plans in the basic sciences that will be implemented beginning in fall 2012. Each Ph.D. program has outlined a set of required and elective courses to be completed in the first year of graduate school. To read specific course descriptions, please visit the course descriptions page within the appropriate Ph.D. program.
Beginning in the second year of graduate studies, students in the basic sciences will be focused primarily on research.
- Biological Chemistry
- Biomedical Engineering
- Cancer Biology
- Cell Regulation
- Clinical Psychology
- Genetics and Development
- Integrative Biology
- Molecular Biophysics
- Molecular Microbiology
- Specialized Supplemental Ph.D. Curricula
Combined M.D./Ph.D. Degree Program
Master’s Degree Program
- Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (SURF)
- Quantitative and Physical Sciences Summer Undergraduate Research Fellowship (QP-SURF)
- UT Dallas Green Fellows
- Undergraduate Medical Research Fellows (UT-SUMR)
- Science Teachers Access to Research at UT Southwestern (STARS)