Carnegie Mellon University's Biotechnology Innovation and Computation Program
Carnegie Mellon's Master of Science in Biotechnology Innovation and Computation program follows a unique educational paradigm that combines a rigorous computer science education with real-world experience in initiating and operating an entrepreneurial project with external stakeholders. BIC students often become successful entrepreneurs armed with a wealth of practical skills, experience, and concrete value-creation capabilities. Those who choose to take a position with an established company enter the market as professionals trained in the latest generation of computational and data engineering technology and best practices. BIC graduates are perfectly poised to create immediate value in any startup or established organization.