MS in Biotechnology Online Information Session

April 23, 12:00 PM – 1:00 PM


In today’s aggressive biotechnology business environment, there’s an increasing demand for leaders who understand both the science and business of biotechnology. The MS in Biotechnology/MBA is one of the nation’s first dual graduate degree programs in biotechnology and business. Graduates earn two Johns Hopkins degrees, mastering areas such as biochemistry, biostatistics, and bioinformatics while developing critical business skills in areas such as accounting, finance, negotiation, regulatory and legal matters.

MS in Biotechnology and MBA

Format The MS in Biotechnology portion of the degree may be completed fully online or onsite at our Homewood or Rockville, MD campus locations.
The MBA portion of the degree may be completed in a combined online and onsite format at the Carey Business School in Washington, DC or Baltimore, MD.
Entry Terms Fall, Spring, and Summer
Degree Requirements 31 courses (10 for the MS in Biotechnology; 21 for the MBA)
Length of Program Various based on course availability and schedule
Tuition Tuition for the MS in Biotechnology portion of the degree is $4,675* per course.
*Final rates pending approval of the Board of Trustees.

Tuition rates for the MBA are available on the Carey Business School website.

The Johns Hopkins MS in Biotechnology/MBA – offered through the Krieger School of Arts and Sciences and the Carey Business School – allows you to earn two advanced degrees in less time than it takes to earn them separately. The program is specially designed to fit the schedules of working adults, following a curriculum sequence that allows you to complete both degrees in three years.

One of the largest biotechnology and business programs in the nation, it’s ideally situated in the Shady Grove Life Sciences Center and near federal research and regulatory agencies. The program capitalizes on the strengths of leading experts, Johns Hopkins academics, and a diverse student body.

State-specific Information for Online Programs

Note: Students should be aware of state-specific information for online programs. For more information, please contact an admissions representative.