Biotechnology Degrees in Massachusetts, Online Included

Program School Admissions
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.
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.
Johns Hopkins University AAP Master of Science Food Safety Regulation
Johns Hopkins University AAP Master of Biotechnology Enterprise & Entrepreneurship

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Finding the best Massachusetts biotechnology degree for you

It should be no surprise that Massachusetts is one of the top biotechnology clusters in the nation and the world. With some of the world's top universities, Massachusetts has naturally excelled in the field. There are biotechnology degrees at every level at universities in Massachusetts.

Schools with Biotechnology Degree Programs in Massachusetts

Bay Path College - Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology / MS in Applied Laboratory Science and Operations

Bay Path College offers a Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology and the program focuses on giving students a broad array of biotechnology skills. The College makes sure students are ready for the biotech field by starting them out with an intensive program that focuses on building fundamentals cell biology, genetics, molecular biology, chemistry, forensic science, and microbiology. Students also have a chance to participate in the Summer Institute at Harvard-MIT Sciences and Technology internship towards the end of the program.

MS in Applied Laboratory Science and Operations

Boston University - Doctorate Degree in Biomedical Engineering

Boston University has a long tradition of academic excellence and their Biomedical Engineering Department makes no exception. The school is one of the largest of its kind and the faculty have one numerous awards. Professor Jim Collins became the first bioengineer ever to receive the prestigious MacArthur Foundation “Genius Award.” This is a great program where talented students can push their skills to the limit.

Brandeis University - PSM Degree in Biotechnology

Brandeis University offers two program options for their students. They offer a PSM degree program which gives students both graduate level biotechnology training as well as professional and business training. PSM degrees are good options for students who want additional preparation for working in private industry.
Brandeis also offers a combination BS/MS program or BA/MS program. The details of this program are given below.

Endicott College - Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology

Endicott College has recently created their B.S. Biology and Biotechnology major. The program includes a core focus on fundamental biology, chemistry, biotechnology and math courses. Once the core courses are finished students have the option of pursuing the following concentrations:

  • Pre-Professional. Benefit from being a Bio/Biotech student but also be Pre-Med, Pre-Vet, Pre-Dental.

  • Environmental Science. For Bio/Biotech students interested in scientific advances that relate to environmental issues.

Harvard University Extension School - Master of Liberal Arts in Biotechnology

Harvard's Extension School introduced their Master of Liberal Arts in Biotechnology program in 2004. Harvard offers biotechnology students a lot of great opportunities because of the integration with the main university and because of the concentration of biotech activity in the region.

Middlesex Community College - Associate of Science Biotechnology

Middlesex Community College offers a Associate of Science Biotechnology Technician degree for students interested in pursing entry level opportunities in research, media preparation, validation, quality control, documentation and process operations. The program is a 66 credit hour course.

Mount Wachusett Community College - Associate of Science Biotechnology

Mount Wachusett Community College offers two biotechnology programs for their students. They offer both an associate degree and certificate program. These programs are conviently offered in both the daytime and evening for students with busy schedules. Visit the links below to learn more about their programs.

Northeastern University - Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology

This program is offered through Northeastern University's College of Professional Studies. The school offers both a bachelors and associates degree in biotechnology. However the school is not currently accepting new students for the AS in Biotechnology program, but is accepting bachelors level students.

University of Massachusetts Online - NULL

Offers a Master of Arts in Science in a Changing World to focus on science and social change. This program is the combined effort of science, technology, and values, and critical and creative thinking.
Curriculum includes practices and philosophies of science, education, and social change and research to engage science in a changing a social world.

The university looks to accept diverse backgrounds and career paths - especially from professionals in a laboratory/field research setting. Students learn and study current controversies involving science and technology, making this perfect for those interested in furthering the biotechnology field.

Worcester Polytechnic Institute - Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology

Worchester Polytechnic Institute has prepared well for the future of biotechnology. Their Life Sciences and Bioengineering Center is a state-of-the-art facility that merges the study of Life Sciences and Bioengineering. WPI offers undergraduate and multiple graduate programs that consistently produce qualified graduates that are ready for the challenges in the biotechnology field.

Biotechnology in Massachusetts

In addition to these advantages, the state signed a 1 billion dollar biotechnology incentive plan in June of 2008 that should further boost Massachusetts position as a leader. The package contains heavy investments in stem cell research, a research center, training, and many other benefits. This has attracted more companies to the area and makes the State a real force in America’s biotechnology landscape.