Hundreds of scientists have advanced their careers with a master’s in biotechnology. With your degree, you could help bring new pharmaceuticals to market, improve food safety, follow a passion for research, or take a leadership role in your industry.
Where will a Roosevelt University degree take you? Choose from three concentrations to chart a course for your career.
Choose from degree concentrations in biotechnology, biotechnology management (with the College of Business) or chemical science. You’ll work closely with advisors to find the right track for your interests.
Practice the methods you’ll use in industry and academic careers through lab courses, internships and research projects with experienced faculty.
The master’s in biotechnology is built for working professionals. Take courses in the afternoon and evening, either remotely or on campus in Chicago and Schaumburg.
Cheryl Barner, MS ’14
Senior Associate Scientist, Alector