The Master of Science in Molecular Medicine (MMED) program provides training in the academic, research and entrepreneurial aspects of the biomedical sciences with an emphasis on translational research in the development of therapeutics and vaccines.
Application deadline for domestic students extended to July 15, 2016.
Participation in the program will provide enhanced educational credentials through a flexible curriculum, with most classes offered in the early evening to maximize accessibility. Classes can be attended at two Drexel University College of Medicine locations: Center City and Queen Lane Campuses in Philadelphia. State-of-the-art videoconferencing provides real-time interactive learning at both locations. The program now can also be completed online, with all required courses and many elective courses available.
The Master of Science in Molecular Medicine program is designed to provide academic and practical biotechnological knowledge in translational research, particularly in the areas of molecular therapeutics and vaccine development.
In addition to broad geographic access, the curriculum provides flexibility in content and course load. Most students will complete the program in two years through completion of required courses and electives selected from two menus: research theory and laboratory research. The research experience can be in an academic environment or a company setting, as best fits the individual student's goals and interests. Some students may opt to complete the program on a part-time basis, taking up to four years. In either sequence, no dissertation is required. Program directors and course faculty will work closely with each student to best achieve his or her specific goals.
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The program now can also be completed online, with all required courses and many elective courses available.
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Is This Program Right for Me?
The molecular medicine program is ideally suited for enhancing the scientific credentials of the following groups:
- Industrial employees
- High school biology teachers
- New college graduates
- College undergraduates
- Premedical students
How to apply to the Molecular Medicine program
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