from the Biological Sciences Department Chair
Chemistry and Biochemistry
Chemical and Biochemical Engineering
pictures of the 2001 AMB Symposium
our graduate program and reach for your goals!
program leading to a Masters of Science in Applied Molecular Biology
intensive program providing a laboratory-based training in Biotechnology
designed for students of Biological Sciences with an interest in a
career in the Biotechnology industry
with the techniques of biotechnology and molecular biology
Work in a supportive
environment emphasizing achieving mastery of the field by intensive,
knowledge of the theoretical basis of Molecular Biology
in your field based on your extensive expertise
last year we began accepting applications from Juniors at UMBC
join the Senior Year Affiliate Program.
Members of the affiliate program will be involved in activities
along with current regular class.
We can not guarantee acceptance into the 2006-2007 class, but participation
in the program will be considered for admission. Students in this
program will be pre-screened for acceptance and will also receive
guidance in how best to complete both a B.S. and M.S. degree in
The graduate school
encourages prospective students to apply
online. The department
also encourages online application. This
method insures our rapid consideration of your application; on-line
application requires paying the $50 application fee using a
credit card. The information submitted is posted directly
to the department's Graduate Admission committee. Even if you are
submitting a formal application to the Graduate School, we will
be able to more rapidly consider your application if you have used
the online pre-application.
Alternatively, you can download
application materials and apply by mail.
picture of the 2003-2004 AMB class
is now available!
University of Maryland Baltimore County is a leading medium-sized
Research University in the mid-Atlantic region with a focus on science
The Washington Post
reports that "(t)he local job market may be littered with pink
slips from failed dot-com and telecom ventures, but one small segment
of Washington's tech economy is still casting its nets for new hires."
They report that on the MdBio web
site 40 companies have listed 232 job openings!
Capital column, 10/4/2001)
how UMBC can make you ready for this industry!