Biotechnology Degrees in Georgia

Program School Level Admissions
Online MS in Biotechnology Johns Hopkins University AAP Master Website
MSHS in Biomedical Informatics George Washington University Master Website
Online Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Informatics George Washington University Bachelor Website
Master of Science Food Safety Regulation Johns Hopkins University AAP Master Website
Master of Biotechnology Enterprise & Entrepreneurship Johns Hopkins University AAP Master Website
MSHS in Regulatory Affairs George Washington University Master Website
MSHS in Immunohematology and Biotechnology George Washington University Master Website

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Schools with Biotechnology Programs in Georgia

Georgia Institute of Technology

  • Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering - The Biomedical Engineering program at Georgia Tech is a joint effort between Georgia Tech and Emory University. Georgia Tech offers both a undergraduate and graduate program. The undergraduate program is only available at Georgia Tech and the graduate program is offered in conjunction with Emory University.

Palm Beach Community College

  • Associate of Science Biotechnology - PBCC offers students two different associates level degrees. An AA for students that wish to move to a 4-year school and an AS degree for students seeking more immediate employment. PBCC also offers their students high quality equipment such as:

    • Teaching Laboratory: Bio-Rad Gel Documentation System, Real-Time PCR Machine, Nanodrop Spectrophotometers, New Brunswick Shaking Incubator

    • Tissue Culture Laboratory: Sartorius Industrial Grade Bioreactors - Bacterial and Mammalian, Laminar Flow Hoods, Zeiss Microscopes - Inverted and Fluorescent

    • Instrumentation Laboratory: Agilent 5975 Gas Chromatography/Mass spectrometer, Fluid Phase Liquid Chromatography-AKTA Explorer, LICOR DNA Sequencer with Microsatellite Package.

University of Georgia

  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The University of Georgia offers students a Bachelor of Science in Applied Biotechnology. This degree heavily emphasizes the interdisciplinary nature of the field and exposes students to a wide variety of material. Students will learn about everything from plant science to animal science and from forestry to food science. The program also offers a lot of hands on experience and should prepare students well for employment in the field.