The primary objective of the Society, Biology, and Health Cluster is to create an interdisciplinary graduate training environment that will foster innovative research on the complex associations among human biology, society, and health. The Society, Biology, and Health Cluster will likely appeal to students seeking degrees in anthropology, economics, human development and social policy, psychology, or sociology. We expect participating students to complement their disciplinary training with a level of biological knowledge that will allow them to think critically and creatively use biological measures to address questions of interest to social scientists and policy makers. See Society, Biology, and Health Cluster and Certificate Requirements for specific courses and procedures needed to complete this program.
Northwestern University GRE score,GPA for masters degree in Biology, Biomedical and Biological Sciences