What You'll Learn
Through the master’s degree in the field of bioengineering and nanotechnology you:
- Gain an understanding of emerging biomedical technologies, including microfluidics for cellular analysis, tissue regeneration, and the use of nanomaterial for drug delivery.
- Build experience in experimental or case study design, scientific data analysis, writing and communication, ethical practices, and effective collaboration.
- Develop knowledge in life science theory as it relates to biotechnology.
Your Harvard Degree
Master of Liberal Arts (ALM) in Extension Studies, field: Bioengineering and Nanotechnology.
In this program, students jump start their careers in organizations like Biogen, Bristol-Myers Squibb, Pfizer, and Boston Children's Hospital. Your course work will help you explore challenges you face in your work, test potential solutions, and see immediate results.
Courses Taken Each Semester
Working Full Time
Would Recommend the Program
Professional Experience in the Field
Pursued To Deepen Expertise
Admission and Getting Started
Here at Harvard Extension, you begin your coursework before you even apply. Why? Because we believe the best way to prove you can succeed in the program is by first succeeding in the classroom.
To get started, you take the following two courses. Earn at least a B in each to qualify for admission.
- BIOT 200 Proseminar: Introduction to Graduate Studies and Scholarly Writing in Biotechnology
- 1 life science course
Ready to take the next step? Check your admissions eligibility, explore the curriculum, and prepare to enroll in your first course.
See the schedules in the academic calendar.
Cost and Financial Aid
Affordability is core to our mission. When compared to our continuing education peers, it’s a fraction of the cost.
|Our Tuition (2020–21 rate)||$2,900 per course|
|Average Tuition of Peer Institutions||$5,476 per course|
|Average Total Cost||$35,000|
After admission, you may qualify for financial aid. Typically, eligible students receive grant funds to cover a portion of tuition costs each term, in addition to federal financial aid options.