Whether you’re drawn to research, academia, teaching or business, this STEM-designated master’s degree has a track to get you there. Far from a one-size-fits-all model, our program prepares students for the careers they want while at the same time training them in basic research and teaching. Choose from numerous degree options, including a neuroscience track, a Ph.D.-focused preparation or a minor in business administration. To further serve our students, evening and weekend classes are available.
What Can You Do with a Master's in Biology?
With a Master's in Biology from Seton Hall, especially with its concentrations in research and business, graduates can delve into advanced research roles in fields like neuroscience and biotechnology or merge scientific expertise with business acumen to drive innovations in the pharmaceutical and biotech industries. This unique blend prepares individuals not only for specialized research positions but also for leadership roles within biotech startups, pharmaceutical companies, and health-related businesses. Beyond research and business, the degree equips graduates for roles in science communication, educational institutions, and policy development, ensuring a versatile and impactful career path.