Biotechnology Degrees in Arizona, 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.
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Finding the best Arizona biotechnology degree for you
There are a number of biotechnology programs in Arizona, with a good mix of traditional universities as well as community and career colleges providing biotech programs at all degree levels: Associates, Bachelors, Masters, and Doctoral.
Schools with Biotechnology Degree Programs in Arizona
Arizona State University - Multiple Online Bachelors and Masters Programs for Biotechnology Related Programs
- Biological Sciences (BS)
- Biological Sciences - Genetics, Cell and Developmental Biology (BS)
- Biochemistry - Medicinal Chemistry (BS)
- Biochemistry (BS)
- Biological Sciences - Biology and Society (BS)
- Biological Sciences - Biomedical Sciences (BS)
- Sustainable Food Systems (BS)
- Biomimicry (MS)
- Regulatory Science – Food Safety (MS)
Glendale Community College - Associate of Applied Science (AAS) degree in Biotechnology and Molecular Biosciences
Mesa Community College - Associate in Applied Sciences in Biotechnology
Mesa Community offers two different Biotechnology programs. They offer a Certificate in Biotechnology and an Associates Degree in Biotechnology. They have also branched out and partnered with local high schools and Arizona State University to develop what they call their "2+2+2" pipeline. This program was developed to give high school students consistent and integrated exposure to the field of biotechnology. MCC also has a mobile biotechnology lab which they use at various high schools in the area. This is a great School for students to take their first two years of training or go straight into the work force.
Pima Community College - Certificate - Biotechnology
South Mountain Community College - Associate in Science, Emphasis in Biological Sciences
Local students have a great opportunity at South Mountain Community College. Their Associates Degree in Biotechnology gives students a good overview of the basics of biotechnology and prepares them to obtain entry level positions within the field. The school has some other courses that support the biotechnology program such as biosafety and human genetics.
About biotechnology in Arizona
The state of Arizona is becoming increasingly more supportive of the biotechnology industry as well. In 2012, the state of Arizona amended its Open Records Law to make the state more biotechnology friendly, specifically for sponsoring research at the State of Arizona universities and research institutions.