A2M NSF BIOTECHNOLOGY
The Biotech Associates to Masters (A2M) Pathway is an accelerated pathway for students from their associate to their master’s degree in biotechnology. The pathway consists of completing an Associates degree, a Bachelors of Science, and then one additional year to earn a Master’s of Science in Biotechnology.
This pathway is open to all students and is a financially responsible and feasible way to get an education in biotechnology.
The NSF (National Science Foundation) has awarded Northeastern University and Middlesex Community College scholarship funds (up to $10,000 per year per student) to assist qualifying students looking to pursue their associate, bachelor’s, or master’s degree in biotechnology, starting in the Spring 2019 semester.