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Master of Science in Applied Molecular Biology

Master of Science in Applied Molecular Biology

The master of science in applied molecular biology (MAMB) 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.

Application Dates

  • For full consideration candidates for the Fall semester should apply by February 1.
  • For full consideration candidates for the Spring semester should apply by September 1.

Applicants submitting their application after these dates will be considered on a case-by-case basis.

Learn more about the Biological Sciences Department at Parkside.

Dr. Bryan Lewis, Ph.D. 
Interim Associate Dean, College of Natural and Health Sciences 
262-595-2327 E-mail:

Real Opportunities

Our faculty members have embarked on a wide array of research and teaching specialties, and you can benefit from the options. Discuss career possibilities within varied fields of expertise with faculty members, as well as requirements for conducting independent study research projects. Having this type of research experience is invaluable, providing you with a competitive edge, whether you choose to embark upon a career right away or continue your education.

Amazing Results

 Over 85 percent of Master of Science in Applied Molecular Biology graduates work in their chosen field upon graduation.

Application Requirements

The Master of Science in Applied Molecular Biology is a graduate degree program designed for students who already have a bachelor's degree. The admissions requirements are as follows:

  • Application
  • Application fee
  • Resume
  • All undergraduate transcripts
  • Three letters of recommendation
  • GMAT or GRE
  • Statement of personal intent
Contact Information

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

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