Associate Teaching Professor
462 Life Sciences Complex
Assistant Teaching Professor
458 Life Sciences Complex
Graduate Academic Support Coordinator
114 Life Sciences Complex
Yasir Ahmed-Braimah, Melanie Blanden, Carlos Castañeda, Heather Coleman, Steve Dorus, Scott Erdman, Thomas Fondy, Paul Gold, Sarah Hall, Heidi Hehnly, James Hewitt, Donna Korol, Katharine Lewis, Jessica MacDonald, Eleanor Maine, Angela Oliverio, Melissa Pepling, Ruth Phillips, Ramesh Raina, Surabhi Raina, Mark Ritchie, Robert Silver, Roy Welch, Jason Wiles
Arindam Chakraborty, Robert Doyle, James Hougland, Yan-Yeung Luk, Olga Makhlynets, Mathew Maye, James Spencer, Michael Sponsler, Rachel Steinhardt, Nancy Totah, Jon Zubeita
ENGINEERING AND COMPUTER SCIENCE:
Jesse Bond, Eric Finkelstein, Julie Hansenwinkel, James Henderson, Xiyuan Liu, Zhen Ma, Dana Radcliffe, Dacheng Ren, Pranav Soman, Pun Yung
Moira A. McDermott, Jeffrey Meyer
M. Lisa Manning, Liviu Movileanu
Robert Florence, Don Harter, Alexandra Kostakis, Peter Koveos, E. Scott Lathrop, Catherine Maritan, Alexander McKelvie, Kira Reed, Ravi Shukla, John Torrens, Johan Wiklund, Zhengping Wu
The Biotechnology MS program is designed to create a strong scientific workforce by providing students with advanced training appropriate for jobs in academia, government, or the private sector. This three-semester, non-thesis academic and laboratory master's-level training program prepares students for careers in biotechnology research, industry or management, while also offering excellent preparation for further training in graduate school or professional doctoral programs.
Gateway Courses (21 credits)
All students are required to complete a series of seven Gateway courses in biological sciences, business management, and industrial biotechnology.
Elective Courses (15 credits)
In addition, elective courses allow each student's program to be individually structured to provide maximum flexibility in choice of coursework. The rich variety of available biotechnology course offerings spans three different colleges at Syracuse University:
Students are able to personalize their curriculum with elective courses in one of four tracks:
- General Biotechnology Track
- BioBusiness Track
- BioMedical Sciences Track
- Industrial Biotechnology Track
Students wishing to follow the General Biotechnology track may select elective courses from all three of the other areas.