For Undergraduate Students
Programs offered in-person
B.S. in Translational Life Science Technology (Applied Biotechnology)
UMBC-Shady Grove offers a Bachelor of Science in Translational Life Science Technology (TLST) for undergraduate students who have earned 45 to 60 college credits at a prior institution. First-year students also have the option of beginning their degree at UMBC’s campus in Catonsville and then completing their upper-level biotechnology courses at UMBC-Shady Grove in Rockville, MD.
Accelerated Bachelor’s/Master’s Program
Qualified UMBC and UMBC-Shady Grove undergraduate students have the option of applying to the biotechnology master’s or graduate certificate programs during their junior or senior year. The accelerated program helps to shorten the time to degree completion by allowing students to earn credit towards a master’s or certificate while finishing their bachelor’s degree.
For Graduate Students
Programs offered hybrid (in-person and virtual)
M.P.S. in Biotechnology at UMBC-Shady Grove
UMBC-Shady Grove offers a Master of Professional Studies in Biotechnology. UMBC’s M.P.S. programs are specifically geared towards the busy schedules of working professionals and the changing demands of industry needs.
Graduate Certificates in Biotechnology
UMBC-Shady Grove offers graduate certificates in biotechnology management and biochemical regulatory engineering.
Professional Development Courses in Biotechnology
UMBC also offers virtual, non-credit courses for professionals to build their skills and experience. Course topics change based on current topics in the industry.
Associate Dean for Shady Grove Affairs
Natural and Mathematical Sciences
The Universities at Shady Grove IV-3102
+1 301 738 6092
Professor of the Practice in Biotechnology
Chemistry and Biochemistry
+1 240 665 6471
Latest from the biotechnology industry and UMBC
Biotechnology Professionals Needed in Maryland Area
Maryland continues to be a hub for Biotechnology organizations. They need qualified, talented Biotechnology professionals to fill positions. UMBC’s Graduate programs in Biotechnology prepare students to enter this growing workforce.
Opening Doors in Biotechnology through UMBC
One of the best outcomes for a graduate student is to end up in a position within their field due in part to the knowledge they gained in and out of the classroom. Ricardo Tablada ’18, M.P.S. Biotechnology, was able to do just that. Within a short time period of embarking on his learning journey at UMBC, he landed a position at a Biotech firm and began making a difference in the lives of others.
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