BIOTECHNOLOGY GRADUATE PROGRAMS
Meet Industry Demand For Innovative Thinkers
As a top public research university, we are an active partner in the state’s thriving biotechnology sector. Our non-thesis master degree programs harness the power of UNH’s world-class scientific expertise and the momentum of our innovative region to prepare professionals to step into the biotechnology industry’s critical roles. Achieve your potential in the biotechnology sector by earning your professional graduate degree immersed in a culture of discovery at UNH.
- Advance your career with laboratory practice, research opportunities and industry experience.
- Network with industry partners in biotech, pharma and medtech fields.
- Study alongside world-class researchers and develop analytical skills with state-of-the-art instrumentation.
Projected annual growth rate for regional biotechnology research and development positions
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Recent graduates employed or enrolled in further education
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The world-class expertise and facilities of a top-tier Carnegie research institution. Nearby biotechnology companies providing internship experiences and pathways to employment. A proud academic legacy of scientific leadership and innovation. Develop and expand your career-enhancing professional network.
As a Biotechnology: Industrial and Biomedical Sciences, M.S. student, you will gain laboratory practice, research opportunities, industry experience and transferable job skills to advance your career in the biotechnology, biopharmaceutical and regenerative manufacturing sectors.
Our professional M.S. in biotechnology equips you with the advanced knowledge, skills, training on state-of-the-art instruments, and extensive industry contacts required to take your chosen career in the biotechnology, pharmaceutical, or biomanufacturing industries to the next level.
This non-thesis professional master's program provides advanced training, primarily in the areas of data science, computational biology, bioinformatics, genomics and genetics, with emphasis on skills to address the growing workforce and educational needs of the life sciences and biotechnology industries.