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University of California, Riverside




University of California, Riverside
A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management
MBA
A. Gary Anderson Graduate School of Management
Riverside, CA 92521-0203 U.S.A.

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Click to send E-mail to: lorim@ucr.edu

Phone: 1-951-827-7060
Fax: 1-951-827-3970

Description:
Our MBA program does not require work experience and allows you to enter in Fall, Winter or Spring quarters. We are part of the University of California and are accredited by the AACSB. We have both full-time and part-time enrollmen. If you are looking for a quality MBA program, come check us out.

 

Accreditation Description:
We are accredited by AACSB (American Association of Collegiate Schools of Business), the international accrediting body that ensures quality business education.

Research Areas:
Accounting; Corporate Environmental Management; Entrepreneurial Management; Finance; General Management; Human Resources Management; International Management; Management Information Systems; Management Science; Marketing; Production and Operations Management


University of California, Riverside
Bourns College of Engineering
Chemical and Environmental Engineering
Bourns Hall A242
Riverside, CA 92521-0144 USA

Click to send E-mail to: gradcee@engr.ucr.edu

Phone: 1-951-827-2859
Fax: 1-951-827-5696

Description:
The Department of Chemical and Environmental Engineering at the University of California Riverside offers the opportunity for advanced study in specialized areas of chemical and environmental engineering.

Degree(s):
M.S. - Chemical and Environmental Engineering
Ph.D. - Chemical and Environmental Engineering

Research Areas:
Air quality systems engineering;Biochemical engineering;Environmental biotechnology;Water quality systems engineering


University of California, Riverside
College of Agricultural and Natural Sciences
Cell, Molecular, and Developmental Biology
Biological Sciences Graduate Student Affairs Center
Riverside, CA 92521 USA

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Click to send E-mail to: cell@ucr.edu

Phone: 1-951-827-5621
Fax: 1-951-827-5517

Description:
Our research group includes over 80 faculty and is distinctive in offering opportunities to work with microbial, plant, and animal model systems. Our faculty sponsor research programs in basic, applied, medical, and agriculture sciences. In addition, we offer students a broad range of graduate courses in cell, molecular, and developmental biology that can be combined to fit the interest of each individual student. Our campus has excellent research facilities including a state-of-the-art electron microscopy center, two centers for state-of-the-art light micro copy, a center for bioinformatics, a genomics institute with facilities for nucleotide and peptide synthesis, cell transformations, making and analyzing microarrays, real-time PCR, mass spectrometry,and a sophisticated computer visualization center.

Degree(s):
M.S.- Cell, Molecular, and Developmental Biology
Ph.D.- Cell, Molecular, and Developmental Biology

Research Areas:
Angiogenesis; Biomembranes; Biophysics; Biotechnology; Bioinformatics; Cell Lineage; Cellular Biology; Chemokines; Chromosomes structure; Computational Molecular Biology; Cytoskeleton; Developmental Biology; Developmental Genetics; Embryogenesis; Environmental Stress; Environmental Toxicology; Extracellular Matrix; Fertilization; Flowering; Gene Expression; Gene silencing; Hormonal Regulation; Host-Parasite Relations; Insect and Plant Pathologies; Ion Channels; Life Span Extension; Lipid Biochemistry; Mechanisms of Disease Resistance; Membrane Biology; Membrane Transport; Metabolism; Microbiology; Mitochondrial DNA; Molecular Basis of Aging; Molecular Biology; Molecular Chaperones; Molecular Motors; Morphogenesis; Neural Membrane Receptors; Neuroendocrinology Neuronal Signaling; Neuroplasticity; Neuroscience; Plant pathogenesis; Pollination; Regulation of Gene Expression; Reproduction; RNA editing; Sensory Processing-Motor Control; Signal Tranduction; Steroid hormone action; Transposons; Virology; Wound Healing


University of California, Riverside
College of Agricultural and Natural Sciences
Environmental Toxicology
Biological Sciences Graduate Student Affairs Center, UC Riverside
Riverside, CA 92521-0208 U.S.A.

Click to send E-mail to: etox@ucr.edu

Phone: 1-800-735-0717
Fax: 1-951-827-5517

Description:
The Environmental Toxicology Graduate Program offers an interdisciplinary course of study leading to the M.S. or Ph.D. degree. The program is designed to teach students the scientific principals of toxicology, and it focuses primarily upon the biology, chemistry and mechanisms by which xenobiotics and natural toxins interact with the biosphere, including humans.

Degree(s):
M.S.
Ph.D.

Research Areas:
Bioremediation;Cellular and Molecular Toxicology;Ecotoxicology;Fate and Transport


University of California, Riverside
College of Agricultural and Natural Sciences
Genetics, Genomics and Bioinformatics
Biological Sciences Graduate Student Affairs Center
Riverside, CA 92521 U.S.A.

Click to send E-mail to: genetics@citrus.ucr.edu

Phone: 1-951-827-5688
Fax: 1-951-827-5517

Description:
An interdisciplinary graduate program with a flexible curriculum and outstanding resources for conducting cutting-edge research. Students receive state-of-the-art training in molecular, evolutionary and population genetics, genomics and bioinformatics.

Degree(s):
Ph.D. (only)

Research Areas:
Bioinformatics/Genomics;Molecular Genetics;Evolutionary and Population Genetics


University of California, Riverside
College of Agricultural and Natural Sciences
Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology
UC Riverside, Dept of Biology
Riverside, CA 92521 USA

Click to send E-mail to: biograd@ucr.edu

Phone: 1-800-735-0717

Description:
The Department of Biology administers programs leading to the M.S. and Ph.D. degrees in Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology, with specializations in Evolutionary Biology, Ecology, and Physiology & Biophysics.

Degree(s):
M.S.- Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology;
Ph.D.- Evolution, Ecology, and Organismal Biology

Research Areas:
Paleobiology; behavioral ecology; evolutionary ecology and physiology; experimental evolution; quantitative genetics; molecular systematics; conservation genetics; community ecology; microbial ecology; population ecology; conservation; behavioral endocrinology; biomechanics; comparative and evolutionary physiology; phenotypic plasticity; physiological ecology


University of California, Riverside
College of Agricultural and Natural Sciences
Graduate Program in Plant Biology
1151 Batchelor Hall
Riverside, CA 92521-0208 U.S.A.

Click to send E-mail to: plantbio@ucr.edu

Phone: 1-951-827-5688
Fax: 1-951-827-5517

 

Degree(s):
M.S.-Plant Biology
Ph.D.-Plant Biology;Ph.D.-Plant Biology (Plant Genetics)

Research Areas:
Genetics, physiology, structure, and cell and molecular biology of plants;Effects of such environmental stresses as drought, soil salinity and heat;Study of invasive plant species;Improvement of citrus and other subtropical crops;Development of plant transformation technologies 


University of California, Riverside
College of Agricultural and Natural Sciences
Graduate program in Entomology
1151 Batchelor Hall
Riverside, CA 92521-0314 U.S.A.

Click to send E-mail to: insects@ucr.edu

Phone: 1-800-735-0717
Fax: 1-951-827-5517

Description:
The Entomology Department is a large and internationally renowned department with 35 faculty and approximately 250 students, researchers, and staff. The department maintains a strong and integrated balance between investigations into basic science, and problem-solving applied research aimed at directly benefiting US agriculture and the general public. Course offerings and research opportunities span the entire field of entomology, from classical morphology and taxonomy through to cutting edge insect molecular biology (see more complete listing below). The department has excellent research facilities, which besides the apparatus and equipment in individual research groups, includes a state of the art quarantine facility for work with exotic and transgenic insects, plants, and nematodes; large blocks of experimental fields and greenhouses; and access to the statewide network of UC field stations and natural reserves. The campus also has excellent research support facilities including a state-of-the-art electron microscopy center; two centers for state-of-the-art light and confocal microscopy; a center for bioinformatics; a genomics institute with facilities for nucleotide and peptide synthesis, cell transformations, making and analyzing microarrays, real-time PCR; a regional mass spectrometry laboratory; and a sophisticated computer visualization center.

Degree(s):
M.S. - Entomology
Ph.D. - Entomology. Ph.D. degrees are also offered in interdepartmental programs including Genetics and Ecology and Evolution, among others

Research Areas:
Biological control; Chemical ecology; Ecology and evolutionary biology; Genetics; Insect behavior; Insect pathology; Insecticide resistance; Insecticide toxicology; Insect molecular biology, biochemistry, and physiology; Insect-plant interactions; Integrated pest management; Medical and veterinary entomology; Morphology; Systematics; Urban entomology; Vectors of plant pathogens.


University of California, Riverside
College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences
Anthropology
1334 Watkins Hall
Riverside, CA 92521-0418 U.S.A.

Click to send E-mail to: cultures@ucr.edu

Phone: 1-951-827-5394
Fax: 1-951-827-5409

Description:
The graduate program transforms scholars into professional anthropologists who will variously engage in research, teaching, policy-related and/or administrative activities that benefit the peoples with whom they work. It focuses on how peoples living in a variety of settings participate in and adapt to processes of change and transformation, both historically and in the contemporary world. The faculty is committed to an integrated, socially engaged concept of the discipline. The traditional subfields are crosscut by a series of concentration that constitute areas of strength. The faculty consists of active research scholars with solid records of publication, conducting original research, obtaining extramural grants, and placing graduate students in regional, national, and international labor markets.

Degree(s):
M.A.;
M.S.
Ph.D.

Research Areas:
Sociocultural Anthropology;Archaeology;Biological Anthropology;Linguistic Anthropology;Applied Anthropology;Transnational Processes (Inequality, Migration);Border & Binational Communities;Globalization;Archaeology of Mesoamerica and Western North America;Cultural & Political Ecology;Latin America;Medical Anthropology


University of California, Riverside
Division of Biomedical Sciences
Biomedical Sciences
1151 Batchelor Hall
Riverside, CA 92521-0118 U.S.A.

Click to send E-mail to: bmspasst@ucr.edu

Phone: 1-951-827-5621
Fax: 1-951-827-5517

Description:
Provides state-of-the-art research training in the Biomedical Sciences. The faculty have diverse research interests united by the common goal of elucidating molecular and cellular mechanisms in the causation and/or treatment of human disease.

Degree(s):
Ph.D.- Biomedical Sciences

Research Areas:
Areas of research specialization include cancer cell biology, molecular mechanisms of gene regulation, signal transduction mechanisms, molecular aspects of cardiovascular disease, cytokine, chemokine and harmone action, cellular/molecular neurobiolgy


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