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Flexibility for Part time and Full time Students

Attractive to both full and part time students, this program thrives on the interaction of students from diverse backgrounds. Penn appreciates how the practical experience of working professionals enriches the classroom and recognizes the challenge these students undertake balancing work and school.

If you are already working, several class scheduling features can help you maintain your daytime occupation while advancing your career through study. These features include:

  • Late afternoon and early morning classes minimize the disruption of your workday. Several courses are taught in the late afternoon so you can work in the morning and take classes in the afternoon or you can take early morning courses and go to work for the rest of the day.

  • Ability to pace your course load to your work schedule. Full-time students can complete this program in one year. Part time students usually finish in two to three years, but can take longer.

Please view our Curriculum overview page and the University Registrar's Course Roster page to view course times for the courses listed on our curriculum page.

 

Those interested in the program who have questions, we invite you to email us at biotech@seas.upenn.edu.

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