MS in Biomedical Management
The Tufts MS in Biomedical Management (BiomM) is a two-year, in-person program that leverages the academic strengths of the Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences to offer outstanding training in biomedical sciences and pharmacology, combined with additional training in management and business offered by the Tufts Gordon Institute.
The typical candidate has an undergraduate degree in the sciences. Significant hands-on laboratory experience is optional. They may have industry experience through a job or an internship; they may not yet have started their career, or they may be looking for experience that will allow them to grow into a management role. Graduates will be highly competitive for R&D jobs in industry and will come out of the program with a skill set uniquely suited for managerial positions in a laboratory environment.
In order to help students meet their career goals, the program provides academic training in the biomedical sciences, a hands-on research experience in one of GSBS’s innovative research labs, an industrial internship with one of the Boston area’s many biotech or pharma start-ups, and training in management and entrepreneurship. To learn about the curriculum in more detail, visit the BiomM Curriculum page.
Participation in cutting-edge research and rigorous training in the biomedical sciences distinguish BiomM graduates during their job search. The internship experience and management courses provide a competitive edge for those looking to break into biotech, pharma, or science management. The program will graduate rigorous, collaborative scientists who also understand what it takes to succeed, and lead, in industry.
Admission for the MS in Biomedical Management class matriculating in September 2021 is rolling. Qualified applicants will be accepted beginning in May, and applications will be closed once the class is full.
If you have questions about our program, please click here to access our Inquiry Form. Alex Israel from the GSBS Dean’s Office will be in touch within one business day.
U.S. Citizens, Permanent Residents, and foreign nationals with F-2, H-4, J-2, and H-1B visas are encouraged to apply to BiomM. If you are not already living and working in the U.S., the program may not be a good fit for you. If that is the case, you may be interested in our MS Program in Pharmacology and Drug Development.
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