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The Certificate of Advanced Study in Nanobiotechnology requires 13 lecture/tutorial/laboratory courses along with at least 8 semesters of research from their home department. Students must complete all course requirements of their home department. Below are the required courses to receive the nanobiotechnology certificate.

Course Number

Title

Credit(s)

670.615

Introduction to NanoBio Tutorials I (Fall)

1

670.616

Introduction to NanoBio Tutorials II (Spring)

1

670.618

NanoBio Tutorials I (Fall)

1

670.628

NanoBio Tutorials II (Spring)

1

670.620+

Fundamental Laboratory Principles of Nanobiotechnology

1

670.622

Advanced NanoBio Tutorials I (Fall)

1

670.623

Advanced NanoBio Tutorials II (Spring)

1

670.624

NanoBio Tutorials: Special Topics I (Fall)

1

670.625

NanoBio Tutorials: Special Topics II (Spring)

1

*670.609**

Communication for Scientist and Engineers (Summer)

1

*670.619**

Fundamental Physics and Chemistry of Nanomaterials (Fall)

3

*670.621**

NanoBio Laboratory (Spring)

3

*020.686**

Advanced Cell Biology

3

Note: Course substitutions can be made under extenuating circumstances with the approval of the program director.

+ No longer a prerequisite for 670.621 and the 1 credit course can be substituted

* The following participating departments have approved these three courses to count towards the elective requirement for their PhD.

Whiting School of Engineering

Krieger School of Arts & Sciences

Biomedical Engineering

Biology

Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering

Chemistry

Civil Engineering

Physics & Astronomy

Electrical & Computer Engineering

 

Materials Science & Engineering

 

Mechanical Engineering

 

**These courses plus (670.617 – CNTC tutorials) are for Cancer Engineering Predoctoral Fellows.

Gainful Employment Disclosure

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Note: Fewer than 10 students graduated from this program in the 2012-13 academic year. Therefore, in accordance with US Department of Education guidelines on student privacy, the on-time completion rate and median loan debt data are not published. The restrictions imposed by the current US Department of Education online disclosure form limit the number of jobs related to this program that can be displayed in this disclosure: the job(s) listed here represent only a sample of the jobs related to the program.

 
 
 

 

For questions about INBT's education programs contact: Camille Mathis / cmathis@jhu.edu / 410-516-6572