Biotechnology Degrees in Alabama, Online Included
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|Johns Hopkins University AAP||Online Master of Science in Biotechnology
6 concentrations: Biodefense, Bioinformatics, Biotechnology Enterprise, Molecular Targets and Drug Discovery Technologies, Regenerative and Stem Cell Technologies, Regulatory Affairs.
|Arizona State University||Online Bachelor of Science in Biological Sciences – Genetics, Cell and Developmental Biology
Gain a deep understanding of genetics, cells and developmental biology which can prepare you for careers in medicine, biotechnology or medical research.
|Arizona State University||Online Master of Science in Biomimicry
Explores the connection between biological principles and design.
|Arizona State University||Online Bachelor of Science in Sustainable Food Systems
Learn how to assess, analyze and create policies and processes related to food security, sustainable agriculture, climate change, food equity and economic development.
|Arizona State University||Online Master of Science in Regulatory Science – Food Safety
Regulatory degree explores aspects of food safety including inspections, hazard analysis, safe food practices and the handling of food emergencies.
|Johns Hopkins University AAP||Online Master of Science in Regenerative and Stem Cell Technologies
Take the steps to become a pioneer in gene therapy, regenerative medicine, and develop innovative therapies for many health conditions.
|Johns Hopkins University AAP||Online Master of Science in Individualized Genomics and Health
Build foundational knowledge of epigenetics, human molecular genetics, bioinformatics, and individual genome analysis.
Finding the best Alabama biotechnology degree for youWe have three schools with biotechnology degrees in Alabama, with Associates, Masters, and Doctorate programs available.
Schools with Biotechnology Degree Programs in Alabama
Auburn University - Masters Degree in Biotechnology
If you are interested in focusing on the engineering side of biotechnology then Auburn's Biosystems Engineering program is a great option for you. The program offers degrees in either Biosystems Engineering or Forest Engineering. The University offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in this field.
Calhoun Community College - Associate of Science Biotechnology
To help meet the need of skilled workers in the biotechnology field, Calhoun Community College has developed their Associate Degree in Biotechnology to meet that demand. The degree is a 64 - 65 credit hour course that consists of biology and chemistry related general education courses, and ends with courses focused directly on biotechnology.
University of Alabama Huntsville - Doctorate Degree in Biotechnology
UAF Huntsville offers a Interdisciplinary Ph.D program that covers the basics of biotechnology and allows specialization in one of these three areas:
- Structural Biology
- Biomolecular Sciences
- Bioprocess Engineering
Students are also offered the ability to receive a MS in MS in Biological Sciences, Chemistry or in Engineering while working their way through this program.