Tuition & Fees
The Master of Biotechnology degree is awarded by the School of
Engineering and Applied Science. Tuition rates and fees for the
program are administered by the School of Engineering and are subject
to change. The Biotechnology Program is considered a "professional"
degree and does not offer a thesis option or a PhD track, therefore the student is
responsible for payment of all tuition. The School of Engineering
does not offer scholarships or alternative means of tuition to students
in the Biotechnology Program. For more information on Federal and
commercial student loans, please visit Penn Student
Financial Services. Full time employees of the University of
Pennsylvania and the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania
should contact their business office for information about the Tuition
The Master of Biotechnology Program requires that students complete
eleven approved credit units before being awarded the degree. Generally,
each individual course is counted as one credit unit, although some
courses may only count for half a credit unit. Students are charged
on a semester basis by the University of Pennsylvania and will be
billed for each registered credit unit. See the Graduate
Student Handbook for more information.
of Engineering and Applied Science - Current Tuition Rates &
*Tuition and fees are posted as a guide and
are subject to change.