The Professional Master's in Bioinnovation (PSM Bioinnovation) is a two year degree program resulting from a collaboration between Temple University's Department of Biology and Fox School of Business. Developed with input from an external advisory board composed of leading individuals in the field, the programs curriculum provides students with the skills and knowledge necessary to enter the rapidly growing field of Bioinnovation. Working closely with faculty and in small teams, students in the PSM Bioinnovation program will combine classroom instruction, home-based assignments, professional internships and individual research to gain insight into topics ranging from the development of innovative biomodels and concepts, to building strategies for technology development and commercialization, to communicating biodiscoveries to the public.
This program is developed for students who have completed their baccalaureate degree, however, undergraduates entering Temple through the Global 3+2 programs can also apply through the global 3+2 program for Bioinnovation. For more information please visit the Global Programs Website.
Eligible undergraduate students pursuing their BA or BS degree, can use up to 12 specified graduate credits approved by the school/college to fulfill requirements for their undergraduate degree. Upon graduation from their undergraduate program, students move seamlessly into their graduate program, which they complete, in most cases, in one additional year. Applications accepted in Spring semester for eligible rising juniors with GPAs above 3.25. For more information about eligibility and the application process inquire with your academic advisor or contact the PSM in Bioinnovation program.
From the development of innovative biomodels and concepts, to building strategies for technology development and commercialization, to communicating biodiscoveries to the public, the PSM Bioinnovation program will prepare tomorrow's field leaders with the skills they need to get the job done.
Why pursue a Professional Science Master's in Bioinnovation at Temple?