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The Master of Science in Applied Biotechnology at the University of Wisconsin - Green Bay is a flexible, collaborative 31-credit online program designed for science students seeking to enter the bioscience field as well as current professionals seeking advanced credentials. Graduates will be prepared for a variety of careers in the private and public sectors, from work in academia to industry. 

Succeed with Biotechnology

With an online learning format, this program is designed to help you achieve your degree in a convenient setting of your choosing. Learn from expert faculty the principles and techniques of biotechnology to help you advance your future. 

Video Overview

Watch our 30-second video for key features and benefits of this M.S. degree.

Experienced Faculty

Learn from expert faculty in the field from across the UW System in a collaborative environment. 

A Program For You

This online 11-course, 31-credit Master of Science in Applied Biotechnology program is designed for students whose expertise comes from a variety of fields. Regardless of your background, this program will help you build the skills to innovate in the growing biotechnology marketplace. 

Real-World Experience

Your degree program culminates in a capstone course that provides you with the opportunity to obtain real-world professional experience. Not only will you obtain your degree, you will develop professional connections that will be crucial for your career. 

Biotechnology Careers

The bioscience field is growing rapidly. According to the Biotechnology Innovation Organization, employment opportunities have increased by 19% in the field since 2001 - a growth that outpaces many other industries. 

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UW-Green Bay offers a wide array of graduate programs taught by faculty with exceptional research and professional experience at an affordable price.

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UW-Green Bay's Lisa Grubisha

Meet Lisa Grubisha

Lisa Grubisha is an Associate Professor of Biology and the Chair of the Applied Biotechnology Program at UW-Green Bay. Her research interests include fungal ecology and evolution, microbial diversity and function, conservation biology, population genetics, and phylogenetics.

Professor Grubisha is also here to help! If you have any questions about the Applied Biotechnology program, please contact us!

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