Original Post June 10, 2019, by , @ the SOURCE.

“A master’s degree that will provide focused training in emerging biotechnology fields will be offered at Colorado State University starting this fall.

The Professional Science Master’s in Biomanufacturing and Biotechnology, housed in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering, will be the first Professional Science Master’s Degree offered by the Walter Scott, Jr. College of Engineering. Students who enroll in the two-year program will specialize in one of three areas: cell and tissue engineering; biofuels; or protein engineering, also known as synthetic biology.

The technical career-oriented degree program will fill gaps in professional- and master’s-level training that’s related to chemical engineering but not fully covered by an undergraduate degree, explained Matt Kipper, professor in the Department of Chemical and Biological Engineering and the program’s faculty lead.”

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