Attain a comprehensive understanding of Biomedical Science Policy and Advocacy.
The Master of Science in Biomedical Science Policy & Advocacy program will be pausing its admissions cycle for 2021.
What You’ll Learn
The interdisciplinary curriculum includes courses in biomedical sciences, regulatory sciences, public policy, and science policy offered by a number of departments, including but not limited to courses offered by the Department of Microbiology & Immunology, School of Foreign Service, McCourt School of Public Policy, and Georgetown University Law Center.
The interdisciplinary curriculum includes biomedical science, public policy, and science policy courses from a number of departments, including but not limited to Microbiology & Immunology, School of Foreign Service, McCourt School of Public Policy, and Georgetown University Law Center.
Four Major Areas of Focus
- Drivers of Policy
- Biomedical Science Concepts
- Public Policy Skills and Principles for Scientists
- Policy Internships
List of required & elective courses for the degree program can be found here.
Example of full-time student course schedule is available.
Apply now or learn more about the required application documents, application deadlines, tuition, available financial assistance, and answers to admissions FAQs.
What is Biomedical Science Policy and Advocacy?
Biomedical Science Policy and Advocacy is an inherently multidisciplinary approach that promotes the understanding of science and the use of scientific evidence in the policy-making process through engagement of technical experts, decision-makers, and the public.