Biotechnology Graduate Program

The Biotechnology graduate program offers Masters (Sc.M. & A.M.) and Ph.D. degrees and is designed for students interested in a range of topics related to the field of biotechnology including drug & gene delivery, drug discovery and cell therapy. Faculty have active research in one or more of these three areas. The educational objectives of the program are to promote an understanding of: 1.) the designs and materials used in novel cell and drug delivery systems; 2.) the molecular, cellular and animal sciences of drug discovery & drug development; and 3.) the development and testing of cell-based therapies for the treatment of diseases. We also offer courses on the business and management of biotechnology.

Ph.D. Application Deadline: First week in January
Ph.D. Recruitment Day: TBD

External Masters Application Deadlines: November 15 (Spring start) and April 15 (Fall start) 

Fifth Year Masters Application Deadline (Brown Undergraduates ONLY): May 31 (Fall start)

Biotechnology Graduate Program Guidelines
Master's Petition to Alter Course of Study
Biotechnology Masters Ad

  1.  Program of Study
  2. Biotechnology Courses
  3. Mission & Educational Objectives
  4. Biotechnology Areas of Research
  5. Biotechnology Program Faculty
  6. Biotechnology Ph.D. Program 
  7. Biotechnology Master's Program 
  8. Summary of Master's Students Since 2012
  9. Summary of Ph.D. Students Since 2012
  10. Co-op & Employment Resources

For general information about graduate programs at Brown, visit the following websites: Graduate School, Applying to Brown, and Financial Support.