Biotechnology Degrees in North Carolina, 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 North Carolina biotechnology degree for you

There are multiple options for biotechnology degrees in North Carolina, at all levels. The Masters degrees are the most prevalent, with North Carolina State and Duke University offering Masters programs. You will also find associate and bachelor programs at other universities.

Schools with Biotechnology Degree Programs in North Carolina

Duke University - Master of Science in Biomedical Engineering

Duke University's Biomedical Engineering program is frequently ranked as one of the top programs in the United States. You can find their list of awards on their about page here. The program has a very heavy research focus and offers a wide array of state of the art equipment.

North Carolina State University - PSM Degree in Biotechnology

North Carolina State University offers a PSM degree in Microbial Biotechnology that is a joint effort between the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences, the College of Management, the Golden Leaf Biomanufacturing Training and Education Center (BTEC), and the Biotechnology Program. The University also offers this degree as a dual MBA/MS program. This is a powerful combination that will prepare graduates for powerful positions withing the field.

University of North Carolina - Bachelor of Science - Biomedical Engineering

The undergraduate program at UNC is taught exclusively in Chapel Hill but the graduate program is a joint effort between UNC and North Carolina State University. This partnership was formed in 2003 and has produced many highly qualified graduates. The specific departments that make the joint BME program possible are UNC Chapel Hill's School of Medicine and the College of Engineering at NC State.

Wayne Community College - Associate of Science Biotechnology

Wayne Community College started their first biotechnology program in 2008. The program is an Associate of Applied Science program and focuses on agriculture and animal science. This is a great opportunity for local residents and Wayne Community College is planning on offering additional biotech programs in the future.

Winston Salem State University - Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology

WSSU launched one of the first Molecular Biology programs in the state and had a lot of success with it. Afterward they decided to launch their Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology. This program has also been a great success for the University.