Phd in pathobiology in University of connecticut
All Ph.D. degrees are granted in Pathobiology with areas of concentration in bacteriology, pathology and virology. All programs must be completed within eight years with the student maintaining continuous registration. Your graduate committee should consist of a major advisor who is a member of the Graduate School and a member of the department, a minimum three associate advisors should be identified who compliment the area of anticipated research interest. This committee should be formed within the first six months of the student's arrival to assist with course planning. The student should have frequent committee meetings to discuss research and academic progress (once per semester).
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