Reproductive Science and Medicine

Degree Types: MS

The Masters of Science in Reproductive Science and Medicine (MS-RSM) is an 18-month, full-time, terminal Masters of Science degree focusing on mammalian reproductive biology and medicine. The mission of MS-RSM is to provide fundamental reproductive science training with a focus on applications to human health.

The Master of Science in Reproductive Science and Medicine (MS-RSM) is a full-time, terminal Master of Science degree focusing on human reproductive biology and medicine. We offer thesis and non-thesis tracks to meet the needs of our applicants and their professional goals. Students will also be part of a vibrant community of reproductive scientists through the Center for Reproductive Science. 

A majority of program courses and activities are located on the Northwestern University Chicago campus in Illinois, USA. However, the program is cross-campus and some core courses, electives, and thesis research opportunities are located on the Northwestern University Evanston campus and the Stanley Manne Children's Research Institute also in Illinois, USA. University shuttles connect the campuses and are free to students. 

Program graduates will be prepared for research and technical positions with academic, clinical, and pharmaceutical laboratories. Students will also have a foundation for further training to PhD and medical degree programs.

See Reproductive Science and Medicine degree requirements for specific classes and procedures needed to complete this program.