Bowie State University in Maryland Adds Two New Master’s Degree Programs

Historically Black Bowie State University in Maryland has announced the establishment of two new master’s degree programs. The new programs are in applied biotechnology and molecular biology and the internet of things and internet technologies. The latter program is offered completely online.

The master’s program in applied biotechnology and molecular biology is designed to prepare students for Ph.D. programs in all major biosciences disciplines or research jobs in the biopharmaceutical industry. The program will cover multiple scientific disciplines including advanced biochemistry, molecular biology, cell biology, microbiology, immunology, biomechanics, plant, and animal biotechnology. Students will be trained in recent advances in the field and on technical aspects through lab work.

The master’s degree program in the internet of things and internet technologies focuses on technology and concepts related to devices that send and receive information via the internet. It will instruct students on how to build and develop hardware and software as well as implement solutions to security issues associated with such devices.

Bowie State University now offers 24 master’s degree programs.

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