What does it take to become a full-time, professional biomimic? Achieve the highest, most comprehensive biomimicry training available through our Certified Biomimicry Professional (BPro) program.
This globally-renowned, one-of-a-kind, two-year program combines the Master’s of Science in Biomimicry from Arizona State University and six in-person immersion sessions that will take you around the world with a diverse, elite cohort of professionals. It was created and is led by one of founders of the biomimicry methodology, Dr. Dayna Baumeister.
Designed to empower change-agents passionate about a world mentored by life’s genius, our program:
Develops and refines an understanding of biomimicry theory, applications, and methodology
Leads you on a transformative learning journey that develops personal and professional leadership
Develops a compelling vision for your as a biomimicry thought leader in the world’s sustainable transformation
Biomimicry for Social Innovation founder Toby Herzlich
Two-year, part-time, immersion-based cohort
Integrates Master’s of Science in Biomimicry degree and an in-person immersion program
Accessible to working professionals
Discover and Explore | Nature’s patterns and strategies
Innovate and Lead | Based on 3.8 billion years of R&D
Serve growing demand | For emerging biomimicry practices
Connect and Collaborate | Across disciplinary boundaries
The online coursework portion of this program is accredited through ASU Online, and results in a Master’s of Science degree in Biomimicry. All coursework delivered by Biomimicry 3.8 instructors, who designed the program and curriculum.
A key characteristic of a biomimicry leader is the ability to interpret and connect with nature’s complex ecosystems. Over the course of the two years, you will study the awe-inspiring genius of place during six different one-week sessions.
Past immersion locations
Montana Coniferous Forest, Montana, U.S.
Sonoran Desert, Arizona, U.S.
Temperate Rainforest, British Columbia, Canada
Tropical Rainforest, Costa Rica
Temperate Deciduous Forest, North Carolina, US
African Savannah, Botswana
Tallgrass Prairie, Kansas
Mediterranean chaparral, Spain
Online MS coursework through ASU: $22,500
In-person immersion sessions: $17,500 + travel
Application for the 2018-2020 cohort is open only to applicants who have successfully been admitted to the MS program through ASU Online. ASU application and periods occur on a rolling basis, for more information click here.
The next cohort will be chosen in 2018. Sign up for our email list in the footer for application updates
Biomimicry ushers in an era based not on what we can extract from nature, but on what we can learn from her. This shift from learning about nature to learning from nature requires a new method of inquiry.