Master of Science in Biotechnology
Johns Hopkins University
Distance Learning, On-Campus
12 - 36 months
Full time, Part time
Earliest start date
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Biotechnology is fueling advancements in healthcare and beyond. Prepare for the business or science side of this fast-growing field with the comprehensive MS in Biotechnology program at Johns Hopkins University.
Life sciences. Technology. Business.
Biotechnology is about making discoveries that make the world a better place, and about bringing those concepts to life… and into the market. Spanning industries, including pharmaceuticals, agriculture, healthcare, environment, energy, national security, biotechnology covers roles from the R&D lab, product development, and manufacturing to sales, marketing, finance, and law.
This robust graduate program at Johns Hopkins University offers concentrations and elective courses that result in a degree designed to fit your career aspirations.
Study on Your Terms
Designed for both part-time and full-time students, this biotechnology master’s program offers you the flexibility to take classes online or onsite in the evenings and on weekends.
Scholarships and Funding
Learn about scholarship options at Johns Hopkins University’s Advanced Academic Programs on our website.
This 40-credit Master of Science degree is composed of four required core courses and six elective courses. Within the electives, you can choose to pursue one of the six optional areas of concentration, including:
- Biotechnology Enterprise
- Molecular Targets and Drug Discovery
- Regenerative and Stem Cell Technologies
- Regulatory Affairs
Additionally, this degree program offers an optional culminating experience of a thesis as an 11th course, for four additional credits at full tuition.
- Johns Hopkins University ranked #15 in the 2023 Times Higher Education world university rankings.
- Johns Hopkins University ranked #7 in the 2022-2023 U.S. News & World Report national rankings.
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