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CENTER FOR

BIOTECHNOLOGY EDUCATION

ABOUT THE CENTER

By expanding the scope of biotechnology education, the Center for Biotechnology Education is building a pipeline of students and professionals prepared to achieve success in 

MASTERS PROGRAMS

MS in Biotechnology

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MS in Bioinformatics

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MS in Regulatory Science

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Master of Biotechnology Enterprise & Entrepreneurship

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MS in Biotechnology, Post-Baccalaureate in Health Science Intensive Program

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MS in Individualized Genomics and Health 

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MS in Biotechnology/MBA*

GRADUATE CERTIFICATES

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Certificate in Biotechnology Enterprise

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Certificate in Biotechnology Education

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Post-Master’s Certificate in Sequence Analysis & Genomics

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MS in Biotechnology/Certificate in National Security Studies**

LOCATION KEY

K–12 education, graduate school, and the work environment in the fields of biotechnology, bioinformatics, regulatory science, and biotechnology enterprise and entrepreneurship.

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Washington, DC Center (in Dupont Circle) Homewood Campus in Baltimore, MD Montgomery County Campus in Rockville, MD Half circles indicate only some classes offered at location

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Degree or Certificate can be completed fully online Some courses offered online

* The MS in Biotechnology can be completed online, but a few concentrations require some onsite courses, and the MBA must be completed only onsite. ** The MS in Biotechnology can be completed fully online, but the NSS certificate must be taken onsite.

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FINANCIAL AID

Office of Student Financial Services can provide assistance with: » Understanding the eligibility for federal » For more information, please visit: student aid advanced.jhu.edu/finaid or email aapfinaid@jhu.edu » Determining your federal loan options » Completing the Free Application for Federal Student Aid (FAFSA)

CAREER OPPORTUNITIES

After a dip during the economic recession, the biotechnology industry has experienced impressive growth in recent years, and with it, an increased demand for well-qualified biotech professionals. Many of our students are working in the biotechnology industry and are looking to advance their careers or fulfill academic requirements for pursuing medical

school and degrees in public health. Some are looking to master the business of biotechnology as they consider a career transition from the lab. And others are sharpening their acumen for intellectual property rights, patent law, and licensing as they plan to attend law school or join a start-up company.

PROGRAM DIRECTORS

MS in Bioinformatics Dr. Bob Lessick 410.516.8989 lessick@jhu.edu

MS in Biotechnology Dr. Patrick Cummings 410.516.4724 cupat@jhu.edu

MS in Individualized Genomics and Health Dr. Kristina Obom 301.294.7159 kobom@jhu.edu

MS in Regulatory Science & MBEE Dr. Lynn Johnson Langer 301.294.7063 ljlanger@jhu.edu

Health Science Intensive, MS in Biotechnology Dr. Alexandra Tan 410.231.3538 alextan@jhu.edu

FOR MORE INFORMATION

Dr. Kristina Obom Center for Biotechnology Education Director 301.294.7159 kobom@jhu.edu CONTACT ADMISSIONS aapinfo@jhu.edu 202.452.1940 800.847.3330

advanced.jhu.edu updated as of 1/2017

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