Careers and Outcomes

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Gain experience. Show your proficiency in the lab. Be ready for your next move.

Through our program, you’re set up to thrive in biotechnology and research.

What can you do with a master’s degree in cell and molecular biology?

You’re qualified to enter the workforce right away or go on to advanced degree programs.

Possible careers

There’s never been a better time to work in bioscience and biotechnology – the use of biology to improve quality of life.

Advances in technology and a growing need for better health care has created a demand for skilled professionals.

You can work as a manager, scientist or lead researcher in various labs.

  • Academic/institutional
  • Clinical
  • Government
  • Industry

When you graduate, you’ll have the skills and technical knowledge to succeed.

From genome mapping to cell manipulation and insights into disease, your work can make a big difference.

Possible doctorate or professional health programs

Have bigger ambitions? Use your master’s degree as a launch pad to the next level.

You can pursue a doctorate (PhD) or advanced health care degree. This will increase your salary potential.

Most of our students take this path.

They’re preparing for admission into PhD and professional programs like:

  • Dentistry
  • Dietetics
  • Medicine
  • Nurse anesthesia
  • Optometry
  • Pharmacy
  • Physician assistant
  • Physical therapy

You’ll have a well-rounded foundation for your career.

Our program helps you explore the latest advances in biotechnology, biopharmaceuticals, health science research, genomics, proteomics and more.