We recently asked our Master’s of Science in Biomimicry at Arizona State University students to describe their experience in the program, which helps train the next generation of innovators to create a world mentored and empowered by nature’s genius.
The diverse group of students come from around the world, and have degrees in everything from marketing to philosophy to nursing to engineering to early education and everything in between.
Watch how they describe program:
WHAT’S YOUR FAVORITE CLASS
Join the Experience
November 1 is the Spring 2018 application deadline for the Master’s of Science in Biomimicry or, the 15-credit Biomimicry Graduate Certificate program. Start your application here
You’ll join a program designed to empower a new kind of professional using the conscious emulation of nature’s genius. Like they said, it’s an awesome, eye-opening, invigorating, inspiring, adventure.
Our graduates gain the tools to use biomimicry to transform the ways in which we conduct business, design buildings and products, run governments, provide healthcare, manufacture goods, grow food, educate future generations, and more…
- Apply innovation inspired by nature to your career, industry, and sector
- Leadership training that helps you drive innovation
- Connect with an interdisciplinary community of biomimicry champions
- Become eligible to apply for the Certified Biomimicry Professional cohort, an elite, immersion-based program offering the highest level of biomimicry training available
No. 1 in Innovation
Biomimicry 3.8, the world’s leading bio-inspired consultancy, partnered in 2015 with ASU, ranked No. 1 in the U.S. in innovation, to begin offering the world’s first accredited Master’s of Science in Biomimicry and the Graduate Certificate.
The first class to receive their MS in biomimicry graduated in November 2015.
Both programs are offered through ASU’s School of Life Sciences. All coursework is delivered completely online in conjunction with Biomimicry 3.8. The program was developed and is led by Dr. Dayna Baumeister, who is also co-director of The Biomimicry Center. Located on ASU’s Tempe campus, the Center is a joint effort between ASU and Biomimicry 3.8 that facilitates biomimicry education and research activities.
- Since the launch in Spring 2015, 43 people have earned their MS in Biomimicry
- Another 107 are currently enrolled and are working toward their MS in Biomimicry
- Of the current students, 29% enrolled in the MS program already hold graduate degrees
- Of the current graduate certificate students, 57% already hold graduate degrees
- Students have graduate degrees in everything from business administration to fine arts to environmental science to law degrees
- A quarter of all students live outside the U.S.
I enrolled in ASU because ASU has biomimicry–and they’re at the forefront of creating and innovation.
~Ayla Kiser, MS student and BPro 2016 cohort member
November 1 is the Spring 2018 application deadline
Apply for the Master’s of Science in Biomimicry
The first of it’s kind, this Master’s of Science in Biomimicry is accredited through ASU, allowing students to apply their existing disciplinary knowledge to the practice and advancement of biomimicry. The exclusively online coursework consists of 30 credits, including core courses, electives, and practicum courses.
Apply for the Graduate Certificate
Accredited through ASU, the exclusively online coursework consists of 15 credits through five courses, including a Virtual Design Lab capstone project. The curriculum allows you to dive deep into the biomimicry philosophy, core concepts, resources, and tools—from the comfort of your own home. The program is designed to accommodate the schedules of working professionals.
Full program and application details can be found at The Biomimicry Center.