Interested in a career in any of the health sciences? Students are invited to come learn about the one-year bioethics master’s degree program Thursday, Oct. 26, at 5 p.m. in the Iris S. and Bert L. Wolstein Research Building auditorium.
Undergraduate students can learn how they can earn their master’s degree in bioethics during their senior year through the Integrated Graduate Studies (IGS) program. The program allows students to earn their master’s, simultaneously with their bachelor’s.
Information about both the IGS program and master’s degree in bioethics will be provided.
Students also can meet and mingle with faculty and students in the IGS and MA programs.
Eileen Anderson-Fye, associate professor of bioethics and director of the bioethics master’s degree program, will present about the master’s degree in bioethics.
Attendees will have the opportunity to stay after the session to sit in on the “Foundations in Bioethics” class.