Georgetown University’s unique Master's in Biotechnology Program integrates science and biotechnology-based business with a 30-credit degree requirement. It can be completed in just two semesters, allowing both flexibility for self-discovery and career orientation.

Master of Science in Biotechnology

Be well versed in the science and business of biotechnology.

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Certificate in Biotechnology BioBusiness

Explore management opportunities and business skills.

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How to Apply

Learn about the application process and requirements.

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Biotechnology for Science & Health Academy

If you have a passion for science, health, and biotechnology and would like to explore these subjects in-depth before college, here is your chance to do so with the High School Biotechnology for Science & Health Academy this summer! For more information, visit our website.

Experiences in Biotechnology Closing Ceremony 2019

Georgetown Biotechnology Information Session

We are glad to announce that our Information Sessions are back! The goal of the meetings is to give interested students an overview of the Georgetown Biotechnology Program and to engage in an interactive dialogue with our prospective students who are discovering the next generation of biotechnology. We look forward to seeing you next time! Please RSVP here.

Biotechnology Graduate Student Hour

Georgetown Biotechnology Graduate Student Hour

Our latest Graduate Student Hour was held on Friday, October 22nd, 2021, 12-1 pm (EST). We chatted with our speaker, Lee Eiden, Adjunct Faculty. Chief, Section on Molecular Neuroscience at National Institutes of Health. See Lee Eiden’s Biography and learn more about the Georgetown Biotechnology Experience.

Mark your calendar for our next Graduate Student Hour Sessions, tentatively scheduled for April 1, May 6, June 24, 2022. Details are forthcoming.

Georgetown to Mandate COVID-19 Vaccine for Students, Faculty & Staff

Georgetown University will require students, faculty and staff who return to campus this fall to be vaccinated against the coronavirus.

Georgetown Biotechnology Launches Two New Courses

The Georgetown Biotechnology Program is thrilled to introduce two new topics to its curriculum: new courses in Vaccine Development and Gene Therapy will cover the most current knowledge and business aspects of their fields. Courses like these will allow our students to become versed in the most cutting-edge technologies and build their skills and expertise towards 21st century needs. Students will learn the scientific, business, and regulatory modalities of vaccine development and gene therapy through these new additions to our program.

The Georgetown Biotechnology Program

The MS in Biotechnology program offers track options in BioBusinessBioScienceDrug Design and DiscoveryEntrepreneurship, and Industrial Sciences as well as flexibility for an Individualized Track. We focus on developing leadership skills, teamwork and entrepreneurship that are essential for career success.

A highlight of the program is the capstone internship, which allows students to gain the desired work experience. Internship opportunities are available in all the tracks that include research in industry, academic, and government laboratories and in business development, marketing, commercialization, finance, regulatory affairs, and technology transfer.

Program News

Preparing for Careers in Industry

November 22nd, 2021

Nicole Waudby , MS candidateIndustrial Sciences TrackMS in Biotechnology ProgramGeorgetown University Georgetown University ’ s MS in Biotechnology Progra…

From Student to Scientist

October 19th, 2021

As a graduate of the 2014 Georgetown Masters in Biotechnology program , Tosin Akinyinka sat down with us to provide his insight into life both inside and outside…

A Chat with a Grad

September 15th, 2021

We recently had the great opportunity to catch up with Tierney Sovic , a 2020 graduate of the MS in Biotechnology Program . She shared her experiences in the…

Georgetown Biotechnology Newsletter

October 17, 2021 Newsletter

November 14, 2021 Newsletter