Program Benefits

  • Training in biomedical science and advocacy principles
     
  • Introduction to science policy for scientists
     
  • Both global and domestic policy emphasized
     
  • Presentation of critical policy issues and advocacy efforts in biomedical science
     
  • Science Policy & Advocacy Lecture Series hosted by the department. A variety of expert speakers present their views of science policy and advocacy issues
     
  • A new course in policy and diplomacy offered 
     
  • 30 credit hours, satisfying curricular requirements outlines in the Core Courses section
     
  • Opportunity for internship and/or independent study project with policy experts 
     
  • Career Development Seminars 
     
  • Either a full-time [1-year] or part-time [up to 3 years] study program
     
  • Biotechnology and policy integrated /strong>
     
  • Global law course in public health
 
 

Be sure to read about our students, shown on the right hand side, to hear what they say about our program!