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Do most Masters programs offer rotations? Or is that generally only for PhD programs?



Hello everyone! 


I am looking at going for my Master's Degree in a field relating to Microbiology and Genetics, and wanted to know more about rotations. Should I expect most Masters programs to have rotations, or is that more of a PhD program specification? 


In addition, if a university has several very different labs that I am interested in, how should I go about narrowing down the research I will actually enjoy doing for the next few years (beyond just having an interest in the subject)? It's a bit difficult because I am not exactly sure what specific field I want to go into, as I think Microbiology and Genetics is probably rather broad.  


Thanks so so much to you all! 

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