Earn an M.S. in Vision Science
Vision science is multidisciplinary, and can include the study of biochemistry, biophysics, engineering, epidemiology, molecular biology, cell biology, neuroscience, optics, ophthalmology, optometry, pathology, physiology, psychology, statistics, and any other discipline that relates to the eye and its problems.
The Master of Science in Vision Science builds a strong basis for understanding the background of modern vision science. We have two types of M.S. degree programs—thesis-based and non-thesis-based. The M.S. degree is not required for application to the Ph.D. program in Vision Science.