How Suffolk University is responding
to the coronavirus outbreak
In collaboration with Suffolk’s Sawyer Business School and the College of Arts & Sciences, the Law School has launched a new Master of Science in Law: Life Sciences degree. The interdisciplinary program is designed to help students secure jobs and advance careers in the life sciences, one of the nation’s fastest-growing fields for job growth. A 2019 Massachusetts Biotechnology Education Foundation report indicates that the state does not have enough suitably trained workers for available life sciences positions and that filling openings often takes more than three months as employers compete to hire promising candidates.
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