Biological Sciences Department
Masters in Biotechnology
The MBT program integrates advanced, hands-on training in laboratory-based biotechnologies with MBA-level business courses from the College of Business.
Through elective choices, students supplement the core program with additional hands-on science or MBA courses to support their career goals. MBT program graduates are highly trained individuals who have had direct exposure to the biotechnology corporate world and are ready to make immediate contributions to biotechnology companies. Graduates work in a variety of positions in research, product development, marketing, regulatory affairs, clinical affairs, project management, quality, and others.
Special Session Program InformationAcademic Programs offered through Special Session are operated by the College of International and Extended Studies (IES). Registration and enrollment in a Special Session course or program must use the special session application form and will follow special session fee and course schedules. Note that regular session students seeking to enroll simultaneously in a special session course or program will trigger a separate and additional set of fees. This may require an additional enrollment appointment from the Registrar and it may have implications for financial aid status or requirements. Please visit the IES website for more information.
|BIOL 202TA. Biotech Seminar: Biotech Products||3|
|BIOL 202TB. Biotech Seminar: Drug Development Process||3|
|BIOL 202TC. Biotech Seminar: Biotech Business I||2|
|BIOL 205T. Advanced Molecular Techniques for Biotechnology||4|
|BIOL 221T. Advanced Bioinformatics for Biotechnology||4|
|BUS 282A. Essentials of Management and Organizational Behavior||3|
|BUS 282B. Essentials of Operations Management||3|
|BUS 282C. Management of Innovation in the Biotechnology Sector||3|
|BIOL 280T. Internship in the Biotechnology Industry||2|
|Biology or Business Elective||6-9|
|BIOL 285T. Colloquium in Biotechnology||1|