Master of Science in Biotechnology
An advanced degree in biotechnology allows the degree owners to pursue opportunities in human medical research, plant research, animal research, environmental system research at the molecular, cellular, organism, and ecosystem level. Upon successful completion of the M.S. in Biotechnology degree program, UT Dallas graduates will expand their prior training and education with specialist knowledge and advance their understanding in relevant scientific areas including, but not limited to, proteomics, genomics, and applied bioinformatics, and hands-on experience in state-of-the-art techniques in genomics and cell and molecular and cell biology.
- Broad and expansive knowledge of proteomics, genomics and applied bioinformatics
- Methodological skills in experimental and computational techniques applied to broad research questions in biotechnology
- Ability to work in teams in diverse settings
- Ability to communicate scientific ideas and concepts in oral and in written form
- Advanced ability to apply critical thinking and quantitative skills to solve complex problems