The worlds of science and business are becoming increasingly interconnected — creating strong demand for professionals who can combine scientifi c and technical knowledge with business and communication skills.
In the UGA MBB program, students are not only trained in aspects of microbiology, biochemistry, biochemical engineering, genetics and process development, but will be given a solid base in the business aspects of the biomanufacturing industry, including finance, supply chain issues and manufacturing practices.
The MBB program has a number of industry partnerships that includes:
- Broadley James
- Innovative Controls
- Georgia Bio
- Georgia Centers of Innovation
- Lallemand Biofuels & Distilled Spirits
- Danimer Scientific
- Boehringer Ingleheim
- SmartFlow Technologies