|There are mainly two option after B.Sc in Biotech
An MBA after a biotechnology degree is the best option. You will need to work hard. If you really are interested in research and working, then go for MSc. Still, an MBA is best.
- M.Sc in Biotech
I can give you a rough picture of both
An MBA in Biotechnology is a relatively new type of program that is growing in popularity. In some ways, you could say this program has "more scope" as it focuses not only on the science but also on the
business side of things. The problem in many of these programs is that much of the science is taught from the theory point of view and not really from a practical sense. As such, people graduating with a MBA in Biotechnology are not necessarily qualified to work as researchers.
An MSc in Biotechnology will give you more hands on experience but teaches you little of the business world. You will likely have a much broader biotechnology background when you graduate but, you will
mostly be qualified only to do further research (either as a technician or to go on to a PhD).
Neither of these is a bad option. It really depends more on what you want to do. With an MBA in Biotechnology you are more likely looking at a job in Administration, Management, Marketing, or Sales.
One word of caution, many biotech companies still prefer to hire people with PhDs for many of the upper level management positions, with the exception of some key very top positions (CEO, CFO). Of course, you are going to have to work your way up no matter what you do.
With a MSc you are more likely to head into a position as a Technician, Scientific Associate, or to continue on in graduate studies to get your PhD. MSc's often find themselves in a good position to takeOne other option of course is to do the MSc and then a separateMBA. This is the broadest scope of all and, far and away in my opinion, the most marketable
on a teaching position either at the high school or trade school level as well.
More career option in Biotechnology
M.Sc Biotehnology Entrance Exam