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Master of Applied Molecular Biology

MAMB photosThe Master of Science in Applied Molecular Biology (MAMB) program provides advanced training in the theory and application of molecular biology, in conjunction with supervised independent research culminating in a research thesis. Student research has been presented at regional, national, and even international scientific conferences. Graduates perform at an advanced technical level in biotechnology and related industries or continue their education in Ph.D. or professional programs. Refer to the catalog for complete program description.

In addition to the online application, the following information is required:

  • $56 non-refundable application fee
  • An applicant statement outlining how the MAMB degree fits with the applicant's goals and identifies at least three Parkside faculty whose research is of interest to the applicant
  • Official GRE scores*
  • Official transcripts from all undergraduate and graduate institution attended*
  • Curriculum vitae*
  • Three (3) letters of reference on official letterhead*

An applicants file must be complete and application fee received before payment before the application can be processed and considered.

*Please note:  Items marked with an asterisk are not required for Parkside students completing their B.S. degree.

Complete the online application and  mail all application materials, including transcripts, to:

UW-Parkside Office of Admissions
900 Wood Road
Kenosha, WI 53144

International students must also submit the following information found at this website


Application Deadlines

  • Fall semester - For full consideration, completed applications due by February 1st. 
  • Spring semester - For full consideration, completed applications due by September 1st. 
  • International students - For full consideration, completed applications due by January 1st and August 1st.


Questions? Please call us at 262-595-2355




900 Wood Road · P.O. Box 2000 · Kenosha, WI 53141-2000 P 262-595-2345

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