Part time Master's Degree in Biotechnology

Best Part time Master's Programs in Biotechnology 2017

Biotechnology

A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.

 

Biotechnology is a challenging area that combines science and engineering concepts. Students who pursue this educational path will likely gain knowledge in microbiology, chemistry, genetics, cell biology, bioethics, gene cloning, bioinstrumentation, bioinformatics, genomics, and biometrics.

Part time Master Degree in Biotechnology

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Master Specialized Management Of Biotech Companies

Grenoble Ecole de Management
Campus Part time 15  October 2017 France Grenoble

This Advanced Master trains managers of operational web internationally on all components of e-business and e-marketing to meet the new challenges implied by developments in information technology. [+]

Top Part time Masters Degrees in Biotechnology. Objective: The development of the biotechnology sector reinforced the need for specialists. The Specialized Master Management of Biotechnology and pharmaceutical companies as these experts by providing specific managerial skills and understanding of issues related to the sector, as well as training to the changes and challenges it entails. Program: The pedagogy of Grenoble Ecole de Management is strongly oriented enterprises to enable students to be operational quickly. For this, a special importance is given to the presence in business (alternating, business missions), professional intervention, and case studies. This training is conducted entirely in English. What job can I do with this training? Many guidelines are available: head of product marketing, industrial property adviser, responsible for valuation, business development, ... How to integrate this training? Admission on-line application is open: - For graduates with a bac + 5 (engineers, academics, doctors, Phd) - In the business executives in incumbent operations of a bac + 4 with experience at least 3 years A derogation other profiles can be accepted [-]

Master (MSc) Bioethics

School Of Professional Studies - Columbia University
Campus Part time 3 - 6  September 2017 USA New York

The Master of Science in Bioethics, part of Columbia University’s Programs in Bioethics, which also include an Online Certification of Professional Achievement and Online Noncredit Courses, grounds students in historical, philosophical, legal, and social-scientific approaches and models to address bioethical challenges. [+]

Issues concerning the ethical, legal, and social implications of advances in biotechnology and biomedicine are increasingly arising both in the United States and abroad. From stem cell research to healthcare reform, these topics involve critical dilemmas at the intersections of law, society, culture, public policy, philosophy, religion, economics, and history. Scientists, healthcare providers, and policy-makers confront how to approach these complex questions, yet scientific and technological advances have far outpaced our ability to understand or make key decisions about these issues. The Master of Science in Bioethics, part of Columbia University’s Programs in Bioethics, which also include an Online Certification of Professional Achievement and Online Noncredit Courses, grounds students in historical, philosophical, legal, and social-scientific approaches and models to address bioethical challenges. The program prepares students to work in various capacities within this new and ever-growing field, and includes a concentration in global bioethics – the first of its kind in the United States. Students can study with faculty from across the University and draw on the extraordinary resources of the College of Physicians and Surgeons, the Mailman School of Public Health, the schools of Law, Journalism, Nursing and International and Public Affairs, and the Arts and Sciences. Curriculum 36 points for degree completion On-campus instruction; some courses available online Part-time* or Full-time program Fall intake only 3-6 terms to complete** Master’s Thesis * Enrollment in the part-time option of this program does not meet the full-time requirements for an F1 student visa. ** Three years maximum. The 36-point program is composed of six core courses, five electives chosen from the University course offerings, and a master’s thesis. Students are assigned to a primary faculty advisor, with whom they work closely to design an individualized program that best meets their needs. Students may then focus, if they choose, on one of a variety of areas, including clinical ethics, research ethics, neuroethics, reproductive ethics, environmental ethics, or other realms. It is recommended that students take the core courses in a specific order - the Philosophy of Bioethics and the History of Bioethics should be taken before the other cores (or concurrently with Clinical Bioethics). Global Bioethics should be taken after the Philosophy of Bioethics, the History of Bioethics and Clinical Bioethics. Additional course work includes five electives chosen from the University course offerings (one in law or policy, one in ethics, and one in social science methods). Students are also strongly encouraged to take one in genetics and, depending on their interest, one in environmental science. These electives may be taken at any time. Students are required to complete a thesis, working closely with one of the program's core and/or affiliated faculty members, due in the student's final semester. Thesis assignments are based, as much as possible, on the student's main areas of interest within bioethics and are intended to be a serious independent work of scholarship. Topics are chosen in close consultation with the student’s core faculty advisor, or with members of the Advisory Board and faculty affiliates. The M.S. in Bioethics is offered on both a full and part-time basis, but either option demands a serious commitment of time and energy. Students are expected to devote significant time to completing reading and class assignments, and papers outside of class. Students may hold a full-time job simultaneously, but should bear in mind the significant demands of the program. Depending on the individual course of study, students may complete the program in one academic year or in a maximum of three years, if the program is done on a part-time basis. Of the six core courses, three are offered each fall and three are offered each spring. The core courses are not offered during the summer, but students may take electives during that time. During the academic year, core courses meet once a week on weekdays from 4:10 to 6 p.m. or evenings from 6:10 to 8 p.m. Elective courses vary depending on the semester. Students should expect to spend an average of eight hours per week on readings, or attendance at outside meetings (e.g. hospital ethics committee meetings) for each core class. The number of hours that the master’s thesis will require varies widely, depending on the student, and the specific project. Some projects may entail collection of data, while others may rely on scholarly sources, and the time estimates of each of these may vary depending in part on the difficulty of locating appropriate sources. In order to receive the master's degree in Bioethics, students must complete all requirements for the degree with an overall grade point average of 3.0 (B) or better. [-]

Máster Universitario En Biotecnología Agroalimentaria

Universidad Católica de Ávila
Online & Campus Combined Part time October 2017 Spain Ávila

El Máster Universitario en Biotecnología Agroalimentaria de la Universidad Católica de Ávila persigue la formación y el entrenamiento del alumno en aspectos científicos y prácticos de este ámbito de la Biotecnología [+]

Top Part time Masters Degrees in Biotechnology. El Máster Universitario en Biotecnología Agroalimentaria de la Universidad Católica de Ávila persigue la formación y el entrenamiento del alumno en aspectos científicos y prácticos de este ámbito de la Biotecnología, con el objeto de acercarles el conocimiento de los mecanismos moleculares del funcionamiento de los seres vivos. El objetivo es que los estudiantes aprendan las aplicaciones técnicas de la biología para la producción de bienes y servicios, así como el escalado industrial en los procesos biotecnológicos y la gestión de recursos. - Duración: Un año - Número de créditos ECTS: 60 créditos - Tipo de enseñanza: Semipresencial - Idiomas en los que se imparte el título: Español ACCESO En el presente punto se recogen los criterios de acceso a los estudios ofertados, en estricto cumplimiento de lo establecido al respecto en el Real Decreto 1393/2007, con las modificaciones introducidas por el Real Decreto 861/2010, de 2 de julio. A tenor de lo establecido en el artículo 16 del mencionado Real Decreto, será necesario: 1) Estar en posesión de un título universitario oficial español u otro expedido por una institución de educación superior perteneciente a otro Estado integrante del Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior que faculte en el mismo para el acceso a enseñanzas de Máster. 2) Asimismo, los titulados conforme a sistemas educativos ajenos al Espacio Europeo de Educación Superior sin necesidad de la homologación de sus títulos, previa comprobación por la Universidad de que aquellos acreditan un nivel de formación equivalente a los correspondientes títulos universitarios oficiales españoles y que facultan en el país expedidor del título para el acceso a enseñanzas de postgrado. El acceso por esta vía no implicará, en ningún caso, la homologación del título previo de que esté en posesión el interesado, ni su reconocimiento a otros efectos que el de cursar las enseñanzas de Máster. ADMISIÓN El artículo 17 del citado R.D. 861/2010, de 2 de julio, establece lo siguiente: 1) Los estudiantes podrán ser admitidos a un Máster conforme a los requisitos específicos y criterios de valoración de méritos que, en su caso, sean propios del título de Máster Universitario o establezca la Universidad. 2) La Universidad incluirá los procedimientos y requisitos de admisión en el plan de estudios, entre los que podrán figurar requisitos de formación previa específica en algunas disciplinas. 3) Estos sistemas y procedimientos deberán incluir, en el caso de estudiantes con necesidades educativas específicas derivadas de discapacidad, los servicios de apoyo y asesoramiento adecuados, que evaluaran la necesidad de posibles adaptaciones curriculares, itinerarios o estudios alternativos. 4) La admisión no implicara, en ningún caso, modificación alguna de los efectos académicos y, en su caso, profesionales que correspondan al título previo de que este en posesión el interesado, ni su reconocimiento a otros efectos que el de cursar enseñanzas de Máster. Este programa integra estratos del conocimiento básico y aplicado, por lo que será necesario: 1) Acreditar estar en posesión de Título Oficial español u otro expedido por una institución de educación superior del EEES vinculado a las ciencias experimentales, ciencias de la vida o ciencias de la salud. De forma orientativa, a) Perfil 1: Titulados en Biología, Farmacia, Medicina, Química o Veterinaria. Otras titulaciones a partir de las cuales podría accederse al programa son Bioquímica, Biotecnología, Ciencia y Tecnología de los Alimentos, Ingeniero Agrónomo, Ingeniería Agroalimentaria y del Medio Rural, Nutrición Humana y Dietética. b) Perfil 2: Enfermería, Fisioterapia, Psicología entre otras. 2) Podrán acceder Titulados de sistemas educativos ajenos al EEES. [-]