Are you looking for a graduate education program that will prepare you to help make a world of difference? Do you want to be part of a life-changing opportunity that will open doors for you in industries including clinical research and medicine, bio-therapeutics, medical diagnostics, biomedical research, drug development, forensics, bioengineering, and more? Then you should seriously consider UT Health Northeasts’s Master of Science degree in Biotechnology.
UT Health Northeast is not your “typical” university. Located in Tyler, Texas, it is part of the world renowned University of Texas System. UT Health is home not only to an advanced university medical center but also to an internationally recognized research complex. Best of all, it’s the perfect size for a more personalized, advanced, and challenging educational experience.
With a high faculty/student ratio, professors will not only know you by name, you will have the opportunity to work with a professor of your choice to do your thesis work in areas such as influenza, tuberculosis, chronic lung injury, thrombosis, immunology, gene therapy, aging, and others.
Exceptional Faculty and Real-World Experiences
Biotechnology is the growth industry for the next century. Salaries are not only comparable to a Ph.D., but a graduate degree in this exciting field is more marketable than a doctorate. The Biotechnology Graduate Program at UT Health Northeast provides students with marketable skills and qualifications for work in the global, high-tech biotechnology industry, as well as the academic foundation necessary to pursue further medical and professional studies.
UT Health’sMaster’s in Biotechnology is a two-year program that will present you with a hands-on, laboratory-based teaching program alongside world-class scientists. Program professors are all currently performing nationally recognized biomedical research, providing you with an excellent opportunity to master the techniques of modern biotechnology. Small class sizes, one-on-one interaction with professors and research staff, as well as individual research projects in the laboratory of a thesis advisor – are all opportunities available to students of the UT Health biotechnology program.
Modern Facilities and State-of-the-Art Instrumentation
As a student in the biotechnology graduate program, you will learn state-of-the-art techniques such as single-molecule imaging, gene manipulation and protein expression, super-resolution microscopy, mass spectrometry, and pre-clinical CT scanning.
Full Scholarships and Graduate Assistantships Available
UT Health Northeast offers research assistantships and has full tuition scholarships for incoming students that also include medical and other benefits and are usually available for two years.
For more information, visit the UT Health website or call (903) 877-7593.