The Biotechnology Program trains students for jobs in the biotech industry. Entry-level workers are involved in laboratory work such as:
Cell culture and upstream processing
Antibody production and isolation
DNA isolation, PCR, RT-PCR and qPCR
Working in a regulatory environment following GXP (GLP and cGMP) requirements
Toxicology or vaccine sterility testing
Testing and developing diagnostic and therapeutic agents
Courses toward a degree or certificate are designed to prepare students for both academic achievement and successful employment in the biotechnology industry.
To learn more about the program and to determine if it is a good match for your interests and needs, explore our website and read our FAQs.
If you have additional questions, please contact us.
Last updated 10/3/2011