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Masters Degrees (Biotechnology With Business Management)

We have 13 Masters Degrees (Biotechnology With Business Management)

Biotechnology is the branch of science that deals with the use of living organisms to create products or perform tasks. A Masters in Biotechnology with Business Management will prepare students for a career in the business side of the biotechnology industry.

You’ll gain an understanding of the principles of Biochemistry, Cell Biology and Molecular Biology, as well as the techniques used in Biotechnology. These include DNA manipulation, tissue culture and protein purification.

Postgraduate students will learn about Business Management principles and how to apply them to the biotechnology industry. You’ll also learn about the regulatory environment surrounding the biotechnology industry and how to navigate it.

Other topics of study may include management and marketing of biotech products, financial analysis of biotech businesses and intellectual property law as it relates to Biotechnology.

In order to satisfy the entry requirements for one of these courses, you’ll usually need an undergraduate background in a Biological science, such as Biology, Biochemistry or Microbiology.

Why study a Masters in Biotechnology with Business Management?

As technology advances in the field of biotechnology and medicine, the healthcare industry is in constant need of skilled and experienced practitioners to help lead the way in this rapidly advancing sector.

A Masters in Biotechnology with Business Management can provide you with the perfect blend of technical and business skills to prepare you for a successful career in this growing industry. This qualification could lead to a career in a variety of sectors, including healthcare, pharmaceuticals, research and development and environmental science.

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