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  1. I intend to apply for PhD in US ..I have bachelor’s degree in zoology and master’s degree in industrial biotechnology with thesis based on nanosciences and application in drug delivery. Most of the unis are offering same type of research in chem engg dept, chemistry or biomedical engg dept and offer admission to the students having the very same bachelor’s degree. Now as i have different background how can i tackle the problem of prerequisite courses ? Is there any university offering phd with research focus on nanosciences but takes students from diverse background.
  2. The individuals I'm very interested in working with for PhD research all accept new students under a variety of programs. I'm torn between a few general categories, primarily because I'm concerned about differences in competitiveness and qualifications for these programs. The options are something like ecology/evolutionary biology, and more biomedical science programs like molecular/cellular biology. My background is more molecular intensive, but I haven't taken as many chemistry courses as I'm sure others applying to those programs will. Do you think this would be an issue, or am I overthinki
  3. Recent grad here awaiting my degree to post on my transcript so not a full-fledged ASHA member (yet). That said, in the spirit of full disclaimer: Yes, I am hoping to recuperate some of the cost spent on my textbooks... I tried re-selling them on Amazon, but no bites or even nibbles thus far... When did this get so complicated? Anyway, I'm going to try to figure out how to post the links to my individual seller account from Amazon. If anyone wanted to pick them up and pay me in person, I'm currently in the Koreatown area in Los Angeles, CA. If I still have the merchandize, I'd be happy to
  4. Apologies if this has been asked previously. I am a PhD student asking this question for concerned grad students in my department. Our dept chair has been very vague about granting credit for MA classes completed at a previous university towards fulfillment of course requirements for the PhD. Our department handbook has nothing pertaining to this issue. I have been in the program for some time and watched certain students receive credits on what seemed to be an ad hoc basis (I came straight from BA so I never pursued this). We are a small humanities department, and the faculty have sugge
  5. Hi there, I'm applying for Fall 2017 PhD admission, and am submitting both undergraduate and master's transcripts. A good number of my master's degree courses were "special topics" classes - that is, courses that use the same course number every year, but cover varied specific field interests. However, I was surprised to find that my final transcript does not include course titles for these classes, and it seems very difficult to obtain them. One or two of my PhD applications require a listing of previous pertinent coursework, and I am concerned it will harm my chances of acceptance if I
  6. I'm a bit confused about the coursework requirements for the Berkeley EECS PhD program. I've seen the Berkeley website on this, which says that I need... - one "Systems" breadth course - one "Theory" breadth course - one "Theory+Systems" breadth course - a total of 24 credit hours - at least a 3.5 GPA. Seriously? Only 24 credit hours (where a typical class is 3 credit hrs) of classes over 5+ years? Or, is this just a "lowest common denominator" requirements, and advisors suggest additional coursework? I know that the PhD is much more focused on research than coursework, but are the
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