The Scripps Research Institute's Graduate Program is an interdisciplinary program that provides rigorous training in chemistry, chemical biology, biology, neurosciences, immunology, cell biology, chemical physiology, and biophysics. When students matriculate into the graduate program, they do not join a department; instead they join the program. Students have access to the entire curriculum and all the faculty affiliated with the Graduate Program regardless of the faculty member’s department. This approach allows students to be broadly trained in the area of scientific exploration and emphasizes the creation of basic knowledge in the biosciences.
|Requirements||Description of requirements students must complete to earn a degree at Scripps' Graduate Program.|
||Courses are organized into discipline foci that students can customize. Here are some examples.|
|Thesis Research Focus||A list of faculty working in areas in which students can do their research.|
|Other Academic Programs||Description of other Scripps Research graduate programs.|