Program Overview – Bioscience Technology Degree Program
The Bioscience Technology associate degree prepares graduates to perform a number of biotechnology related careers, including laboratory research, and skills to work in sophisticated biotechnology manufacturing settings. Bioscience encompasses many critical areas of research on living organisms including development of drugs and medical devices, criminal forensics, environmental science, and agricultural biotechnology. This program focuses principally on advanced biochemistry and biotechnology laboratory skills, such as analytical DNA, RNA, and protein techniques, cell culture, and microbiology. Our educational approach emphasizes critical-thinking and problem-solving skills.
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The course aims at giving students lab research experience in one or more of the following topics: molecular biology,microbiology, ecology,biochemistry, structural biology or cellular biology by introducing students to a variety of research techniques and their applications. The course is intended for biology, chemistry and bioscience students seeking to acquire basic and advanced training in life science-related fields.This course will provide instruction for understanding many biochemical and molecular techniques used in biotechnology and pharmaceutical industries. Students will be required to present their work in departmental seminars or scientific meetings, possibly publishing research outcomes in scientific journals.