Master’s Degrees in Biotechnology and Regulatory Sciences
Imagine New Possibilities With Innovative Online and On-Campus Courses
Become a leader and innovator in biotechnology or regulatory sciences with a professional education from Johns Hopkins University’s Advanced Academic Programs division. Our part-time and full-time biotechnology programs feature practical courses that balance rigor with flexibility, enabling you to advance your career on your terms.
Discover the possibilities and prestige of a Johns Hopkins education with online and campus-based programs in biotechnology and beyond. You can earn a master’s degree to develop dynamic skills for a successful career.
A Johns Hopkins Education on a Flexible Schedule
Earn a graduate-level credential with a university that is a world leader in biological research and the global biotechnology industry. Plus, learn from renowned faculty and guest speakers who are experts in their fields.
Develop multidisciplinary skills that align with industry demands. You’ll get the opportunity to engage in research and explore drug-discovery technologies, bioinformatics, regulatory affairs, and product commercialization.
Select the part-time program format to make it easier to work, learn, and meet your family commitments. Study online or on campus in programs that balance flexibility, meaningful interaction, and an in-depth curriculum.
Take part in rigorous, practical coursework and earn a distinctive credential designed to help you reach your career potential and academic goals.
Online and Campus-Based Graduate Programs
Earn a graduate-level credential and pursue leadership roles in biotechnology and many other fields.
Take part in immersive coursework that brings together computer science, bioscience, and bioinformatics disciplines. Join us online or on campus to explore computational modeling, molecular biology, systems biology, structural biology, proteomics, genomic sequencing, genomic analysis, microarrays, and microarray analysis.
This online program explores the legal and regulatory complexities of food production, labeling, and distribution. Develop a working knowledge of practices that help organizations grow, process, distribute, or sell foods and beverages. You will also study federal and state regulations for the production, distribution, and commercialization of food products.
Prepare to meet the demands of academic, research, and business communities in the genomics and health sector. This program is available online and on campus, allowing you to engage in research and study applied sciences in your preferred format. The coursework includes epigenetics, human molecular genetics, bioinformatics, and individual genome analysis. You will also explore ethical, legal, and regulatory aspects of individualized genomics.
Engage in specialized instruction to prepare for a career in regulatory science. You will study advanced topics in the regulatory approval processes for global and domestic biotech products. Moreover, the online coursework offers you a flexible route to rewarding positions in the public and private sectors.
Discover the first graduate program in this field offered almost entirely online with just a one-week lab course residency. JHU’s seasoned faculty will help you acquire the expertise to develop life-saving therapies while exploring their ethical ramifications. Plus, take a direct path to your desired specialty through electives that delve into personalized medicine, pharmacology, bioinformatics, and beyond.