Master of Professional Studies in the Field of Bioinformatics and Biotechnology

The master of professional studies in bioinformatics and biotechnology degree program prepares students to excel through a cross-disciplinary approach, delivering both academic knowledge and practical experience (within wet labs and computational labs) about bioinformatics and biotechnology. The curriculum integrates components of molecular biology, genetics, bioinformatics, computer programming, molecular modeling, and ultimately the business and entrepreneurship skills necessary to bring new discoveries to the marketplace.

Graduates are prepared with in-demand skills, including data analysis, programming, new product commercialization, and data generation as well as career skills in the bioinformatics and biotechnology fields.

Specific admission requirements can be found on the Graduate Program Finder. 

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The following requirements must be fulfilled: 30 credits in required courses.

PSMB 6101Introduction to Bioinformatics
PSMB 6102Scripting
PSMB 6103Genomics
PSMB 6104Research Orientation
PSMB 6105Seminar in Computational Biology
PSMB 6252Biomolecular Modeling
PSMB 6261Introduction to Quantitative Biotechnology
PSMB 6262Bionanotechnology
PSMB 6263Management of Biotechnology Innovation
PSMB 6264Entrepreneurship and Technology Venture Creation
PSMB 6266Capstone Project