MS/MBA Biotechnology: Life Sciences Webinar
Discover the new MS/MBA Biotechnology: Life Sciences Program, the two-year joint degree that blends business, science, and ethics. Hear from the Amitabh Chandra, Ph.D., MS/MBA Program Faculty Co-Chair, Jill Fadule, Director of Joint Degree Programs, and Cara Sterling, the Director of the HBS Health Care Initiative, and get your top questions about the new program answered.
Clear Admit Podcast : Insights into Harvard’s New Joint Degree, MS/MBA Biotechnology – Life Sciences Program
What inspired HBS to launch this—only its second—MS/MBA joint degree? Who should apply for this program instead of solely the MBA? What are the admissions requirements? What will the coursework be like? What are the potential career paths for MS/MBA Biotech grads?
Clear Admit’s Graham Richmond sat down with the Director of Joint Degree Programs, Jill Hubbell Fadule, and the Director of the HBS Healthcare Initiative, Cara Sterling, to find out the answers to these questions and more.
The Master of Science (MS) Degree component is led by world-renowned scientists and clinicians, who have extensive biotechnology and pharmaceutical experience, and will provide a distilled and focused exposure to a wide range of modern science and how it can be deployed for discovery of novel therapeutics.
The Master of Business Administration (MBA) component is directed by business school faculty who are experts in biotechnology leadership, financing, and social ramifications. The seamless integration of all these elements prepares students for life and leadership in the biotechnology-related arena in a sophisticated manner not available through any other standard route.