Biotechnology is the science of the twenty-first century—a journey into undiscovered and constantly evolving territory. The Master of Liberal Arts, Biotechnology degree ensures that your knowledge is as broad as the problems and puzzles you face.
Graduate-credit tuition is about $2,000 per course. In total, tuition is roughly $20,000. After you are admitted, a variety of financial aid options may be available, including grants, scholarships, and loans. See the financial aid options for admitted degree candidates.
The degree is awarded by Harvard University. It is the Master of Liberal Arts in Extension Studies, field of biotechnology with a concentration in life sciences, management principles, bioinformatics, or bioengineering and nanotechnologies.
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Student body profile
Total degree candidates: 115
Average age: 32
Gender: 50% female, 50% male
Percent of students working full time: 90%
Percent of students working in the biotechnology field: 78%