Grand Valley State University (GVSU) is a four-year public university that attracts more than 24,000 students with high quality graduate and undergraduate programs and state-of-the-art Facilities Management. GVSU's main campuses are in Allendale and Grand Rapids, where the Cook-DeVos Center for Health Sciences features cutting-edge training and laboratory Facilities Management on Health Hill in the midst of Grand Rapids' Medical Mile. GVSU offers three innovative Professional Science Masters (PSM) degree programs to meet the needs of Michigan's growing life science and healthcare sectors; M.S. in Medical and Bioinformatics, M.S. in Cell & Molecular Biotechnology, and M.S. in Biostatistics. PSM degree programs are designed to prepare professionals for work outside academia. In addition to building core disciplinary expertise, PSM degree programs provide practical training in an emerging or interdisciplinary area, internships instead of a research thesis, and cross-training in team building, business fundamentals and communications.