Certificate in Biotechnology Education
Take advantage of Johns Hopkins University’s expertise in biotechnology and teacher preparation to develop effective new approaches to bringing the biotechnology discipline to life in today’s classroom.
In this program, you will be challenged to analyze recent research on bioscience education, reflect on your learning and practice, and develop teaching tools and assessment strategies to engage your students in bioscience-related problems and inquiries.
After completing the Certificate in Biotechnology Education, you may count some credits toward a Master of Science in Biotechnology.
Based on projections from the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the biotechnology field is expected to grow significantly over the next decade. So, too, will the number of available jobs in the industry.
To keep up with that demand, schools will continue to step up efforts to bring in educators with the knowledge, passion, and experience to encourage and support the next generation of biotech professionals.
This program's coursework emphasizes inquiry-oriented approaches and integrating technology in bioscience education.
Study With Expert Faculty
Our biotechnology faculty members have law degrees and doctorates in a variety of life sciences fields. They’re widely published in academic and scientific journals, and they’ve written textbooks and consulted biotech startups.
Take the Next Step
Strengthen your content knowledge and pedagogic techniques in bioscience while developing effective new approaches to bringing the discipline to life in today’s classroom.
This program is designed to be completed in 12 months.
This program will cost $22,475 if completed within normal time. There may be additional costs for living expenses. These costs ($1,692) were accurate at the time of posting but may have changed.
Of the students who completed this program within normal time, the typical graduate leaves with $ N/A of debt.
Fewer than 10 students completed this program within normal time. This number has been withheld to preserve the confidentiality of the students.
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