Choose Marquette for your Biological Sciences Graduate Studies

Graduate studies in the biological sciences at Marquette are designed to develop the whole person with a superior graduate education tailored to the individual student. Our graduate program is small enough to offer a small student-faculty ratio, which means individualized attention and interaction among faculty and students, but is large enough to have the resources and expertise to train individuals in the theoretical and experimental aspects of modern biology. Each year, we offer generous benefits in the form of research assistantships or teaching assistantships with tuition credits and a competitive stipend. Since a Master’s degree is not a prerequisite to the Ph.D. degree in the Department of Biological Sciences, entering graduate students embark directly upon a doctoral program. Students may choose from two tracks: biological sciences and neurosciences.

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Biological Sciences Department

Marquette University, Wehr Life Sciences
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P.O. Box 1881
Milwaukee, WI 53201-1881
(414) 288-7355
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