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Develop the mindset required of today’s top tech leaders.

The graduate programs within the sciences blend an interdisciplinary approach with a deep commitment to providing our students with the 21st century skills needed to tackle the challenges of today and tomorrow.



Rolling Admissions


Multiple Start Dates


Online Courses Available


$900 Million Invested in Labs

Biomedical and Health Informatics, MS

Students explore methods of assessing information practices, evaluating needs of providers and patients as well as create technology solutions to the challenges faced by the healthcare industry. The curriculum coincides with existing computer science programs with specialized health informatics and health information management coursework.


Chemistry, MS

This program is designed to pursue advanced training in chemistry, bolstered by individual mentoring and extensive research opportunities. This program is a highly mentored cohort that emphasizes research in recently renovated labs, equipped with advanced analytical instruments, designed to make students more marketable to industry, and as PhD candidates in professional or medical school.


Human-Computer Interaction, MA

This interdisciplinary degree integrates concepts and methods from computer science, psychology, graphic design, and the social sciences. Drawing upon these concepts and methods, you will learn user-centered design tactics as you create and evaluate websites, mobile apps, computer games and software.

"All of my life I’ve been these two people — I am interested in science fiction and technology and I’m also an artist and designer. HCI meant I could pursue both."

Phillip Moore