The Master of Arts in Biology program helps students update and deepen their knowledge of the biomedical sciences, prepare for employment in related fields, and advance their professional standing—while obtaining a graduate science degree on a part-time basis through evening, weekend, and online courses.
Designed to be adaptable to each individual's unique background and goals, the program provides a flexible curriculum and close individual advising for each student. Students include science and health professionals, teachers, technicians, and individuals in biology-related businesses.
Students in this program have the option of choosing a concentration in neurobiology or plant biology for deeper, more focused study.
- Learn more about our degree requirements, admission policies, and final project.
- Meet our faculty and learn more about their field of expertise.
- Attend an information session and learn more about the Biology program.
|Program Coordinator: Ian Duncan, (314) 935-6719|
Academic Advisor: Shawn Cummings, (314) 935-6783
Administrative Assistant for Academic Programs: Holly Schroeder, (314) 935-6759
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The M.A. in Biology program is co-sponsored by the Washington University Graduate School of Arts & Sciences, the Washington University Department of Biology, and University College.