• Students working on microphage research
  • Emily Thyroff and Heather Griscom in a lab
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  • A Biology student teaching in a classroom
  • Eva Strawbridge and Jeff Kopsick in 3D printing lab
  • Students with Mark Gabriele in Biology lab

The Biology Department at James Madison University offers a two-year Masters program. Students are provided a rigorous experience in research and thesis writing.  Our students also acquire superior training and experience in teaching and scientific communication.  Laboratory experiences and mentored teaching provide an enriching experience and excellent preparation for careers in Biology.

The application deadline is February 1st.

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