To earn an MBA x Biotechnology Industry concentration in the Full-Time MBA, Full-Time MS in Finance/MBA (Finance track), JD/MBA, or LLM/MBA, you will earn twelve credits from the curriculum listed below.
Required MBA x Biotechnology Industry Courses
Provides an interdisciplinary, state-of-the-art introduction to biotechnology to students of the Master of Science in Biotechnology program. Covers the molecular foundations of biotechnology, molecular microbiology, receptor pharmacology, drug development processes, biotech process development and scale-up, drug approval and regulatory affairs, genomics, microarray analysis, proteomics, computational biology, molecular modeling, analytical biotechnology, and bioterrorism and biotechnology.
BIOT 5120 | 3 credits
Covers the principles and concepts involved in the development of mammalian and other types of cell culture processes for the manufacturing of biopharmaceutical products such as monoclonal antibodies and recombinant proteins. Topics include protein expression and clone generation, batch and perfusion processes and media development, bioreactor operations and scale-up, and innovations in cell culture processes. Regulatory concepts include quality assurance in a cGMP environment.
BIOT 5631 | 3 credits
Explores the principles of experimental design and statistical analysis. Emphasizes research in the molecular and biological sciences and biotechnology. Topics include probability theory, sampling hypothesis formulation and testing, and parametric and nonparametric statistical methods.
BIOT 6214 | 2 credits
Introduces biotechnology students to scientific information management specifically related to the biotechnology field. Covers an introduction to data sciences, its history, and how it is relevant to biotech today. Offers students an opportunity to obtain the background needed to assess and use modern data management capabilities such as “the cloud,” big data, etc. Covers recent developments in origination of data, metadata, data models, data management, and organization and storage of data in biotechnology.
BIOT 5400 | 3 credits
Course list changes each semester.
Any graduate level BUSN course | 1 credit
The curriculum is subject to change by D’Amore-McKim faculty. Please monitor for updates.