Welcome to the Human Biology Program, a collaborative undertaking of the Faculty of Arts and Science and the Faculty of Medicine. The Program offers five undergraduate specialist programs and seven major programs to Arts & Science students.
The Catholic University of America now offers a graduate M.S. degree or graduate Certificate in biotechnology. In addition, a dual undergraduate degree program in which a matriculating student can earn both an B.S. and M.S. degree in biotechnology in 5 rather than 6 years is separately available.
Information about the biotechnology program can be found at http://biotechnology.cua.edu/.
Scientsts earn Nobel Prize for their work describing telomeres and telomerase. http://sciencenow.sciencemag.org/cgi/content/full/2009/1005/1
If you are interested in learning more about Genetic Counselling, please attend this seminar on Friday November 6th. Registration is FREE, please find the registration form attached.
The number of enrolment requests for our HMB courses was at a record high this year. We're delighted with student interest, especially in our new courses that are part of our expansion. Unfortunately, due to limited enrolment in many courses while we are expanding, we were unable to register everyone who signed up. If you were enrolled in the courses you chose, congratulations on your success! If you didn't receive your course requests and would like more information about available courses, wait list opportunities, or fulfilling program requirements, please e-mail email@example.com to book a 15 minute appointment with one of our counsellors.
Enjoy the rest of the summer, and see you when classes start in September!