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About The Riggs School

Since its founding in 1997, the Henry E. Riggs School of Applied Life Sciences has provided pathways for students to become biotech leaders.

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Academic Programs

The Riggs School’s nine academic programs include a wide range of offerings, including PhD, two-year master’s degrees, and one-year certificate programs.

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With an active learning approach, the Riggs School faculty mentor students to emphasize team projects, groundbreaking research, and career pathways into industry.

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"I chose the MEng program because it was technical. After being in the program, I wanted to go into bioprocessing development. The lab is my happy place, and that’s where you do the work."
Sarah Sine
Bioprocess Scientist, Cell Care Therapeutics
Master of Engineering in Biopharmaceutical Processing, '18

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