The academic programs within the Henry E. Riggs School of Applied Life Sciences prepare students for successful careers in biotech or healthcare.
With more than 1,000 alumni from the Henry E. Riggs School of Applied Life Sciences, our graduates make a tremendous impact on the healthcare and life sciences industries. Regardless of the program length you choose, you will find that innovation and collaboration are at the core of KGI’s degrees and certificates. With an entrepreneurial approach and industry connections, KGI helps its students launch meaningful careers in industry.
The PhD program is designed to educate technically competent, broadly trained, highly original scientists.
Apply your science background and gain graduate-level business knowledge during the MBS program to launch a career in industry.
The MEng program provides students with state-of-the-art technical skills to launch a career in biopharmaceutical processing.
In the MSMDE program, students learn to develop medical devices and work with industry sponsors to solve real-world problems.
The two-year MS program prepares students for an impactful career in translational research and management.
The MSTM program provides students with an applied research experience and an in-depth understanding of how to translate basic research.
The MSRA aims to provide students with translational and applied experience in regulatory affairs for all FDA-regulated product classes throughout the product lifecycle.
The PPC program provides students with skills that are invaluable to those pursuing a career as a future physician.
The PPA program combines graduate-level life sciences curriculum with professional competencies.
The CBM program is an opportunity for PhD students and postdoctoral fellows to acquire business, management, and networking skills.