Accelerate Your Biotechnology Career

Learn how earning your master's in biotechnology can advance your career.

Be at the Forefront of Change in Biotechnology

Biotechnology is a rapidly growing field, with breakthroughs in medicine and technology happening constantly. Professionals who understand how to use their scientific and technological knowledge to develop safe, effective treatments for patients will be at the forefront of these advances. Learn how to conduct lab research, maintain compliance with regulations, and thrive in industry leadership roles with a master’s in biotechnology.

Download our free guide to learn more about:

  • The top trends in the biotechnology industry
  • The technical and soft skills you’ll need to advance in the field
  • How Northeastern supports biotechnology students of all backgrounds to ensure their success

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