Studies for the Master of Science degree are a continuation of studies for the bachelors degree with an emphasis on gaining familiarity and expertise with research methods for a specific subject.
The details of the masters program differ from area to area, and include advanced courses, passing qualifying examinations and completing a research project for the research track/ There is also a non-research master’s track but it does not have the option of continuing on to a Ph.D. The qualifying exams will test the ability of the candidate to conduct independent research and the level of knowledge in the field. Master and Doctoral students are entitled to access to library resources, such as journals and databases, from home. For details, contact the computer center at 08-9489283.
Positions and Scholarships for Masters Students
The Faculty offers students teaching positions in accordance with the needs of the faculty. Scholarships are offered to students who excel at their studies, in accordance with rules posted at the beginning of each school year. Applicants are advised to inquire about teaching assistantships and scholarships when they submit their application.
Areas of Study
Agroecology and Plant Health
Animal and Veterinary Sciences
Head: Prof. Zvi Roth 03-9688589 08-9489535 firstname.lastname@example.org
Vice-Head: Prof. Ron Ofri 03-9688589 08-9489535 email@example.com
Secretary: Ms. Yael Lewitus 08-9489119 firstname.lastname@example.org
Biochemistry, Food Science and Nutrition
Head: Prof. Hagai Abeliovich 08-9489060 email@example.com
Secretary: Ms. Ravit Talmon 08-9489259 firstname.lastname@example.org
Secretary: Ms. Gili Avidor Gafni 08-9489265 email@example.com