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The MS in Marine Biology is intended for students eager to either broaden their knowledge of marine biology or refine their interests. The program is in an intense, 16-month experience that will prepare students to pursue this career path at the highest levels. The MS in Marine Biology is intended for students who want to develop skills critical to performing marine biology research or to pursue a PhD in the discipline. This program is unique. No other graduate marine biology program offers the opportunity to be immersed in three different ecosystems, explore the field of marine biology in greater depth, or enroll in a greater variety of marine biology courses. Recent graduates lacking the field or research experience needed to gain admission to fellowship-based graduate programs have successfully used the MS in Marine Biology program as a springboard into the most competitive PhD programs in the nation.
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Northeastern University

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Northeastern University is a private research university with its main campus in Boston. Established in 1898, the university offers undergraduate and graduate programs on its main campus in Boston as well as satellite campuses in Charlotte, North Carolina; Seattle, Washington; San Jose, California; San Francisco, California; Portland, Maine; and Toronto and Vancouver in Canada. In 2019, Northeastern purchased the New College of the Humanities in London, England. The universitys enrollment is approximately 19,000 undergraduate students and 8,600 graduate students. It is classified among "R1: Doctoral Universities – Very high research activity". Undergraduate admission to the university is categorized as "most selective."
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