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We have 70 schools with bachelor of science degrees in Biotechnology in our database. Scroll down for the detailed list of programs.

What is the Bachelor’s in Biotechnology Degree?

A bachelor degree in biotechnology should prepare students for entry level positions in the field, the opportunity to grow into more advanced positions in the future, and the opportunity to pursue a masters degree.

Most bachelors of science in biotechnology focus on biochemistry, biosystems, bio- and tissue- engineering, and cellular/molecular biology. The primary goal of most bachelor’s programs is to give you an understanding of the principles of biotechnology.

Types of Bachelors in Biotechnology Degrees

Bachelor of Science – Biomedical Engineering

We have 18 schools in our database that offer bachelors degrees in biomedical engineering, all of them a bachelor of science degree.

Biomedical engineering consists of using biology and medicine concepts combined with engineering knowledge and principles for the betterment of healthcare. The field is instrumental in combining analytical engineering skills with medical knowledge and understanding to advance the healthcare industry.

Advancements have been made in diagnosis, therapy, understanding of disease and cure, and research and development due to biomedical engineers. View our career profile for more information on what a biomedical engineer does, but it is considered a career with a very positive outlook for future growth, with an expected growth rate of 27%. Considering the average median salary per year is $86,960 (BLS), this is an excellent career choice. You will need to have a bachelors degree in biomedical engineering to become a biomedical engineer.

Biomedical Engineering Resources

Biomedical Engineering Society
Biomedical Eng. Academic Journals
IEEE Engineering in Medicine & Biology
American Society for Engineering Education

Bachelor of Science – Biomedical Informatics

This is an interesting and very important field within biotechnology. Biomedical Informatics involves the combination of the power of computer science with biotechnology science and research. This allows for more rapid and more profound discoveries in the biotechnology field.

Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology

We have 70 schools with bachelor of science degrees in Biotechnology in our database. Scroll down for the detailed list of programs.

A bachelor degree in biotechnology should prepare students for entry level positions in the field, the opportunity to grow into more advanced positions in the future, and the opportunity to pursue a masters degree.

Most bachelors of science in biotechnology focus on biochemistry, biosystems, bio- and tissue- engineering, and cellular/molecular biology. The primary goal of most bachelor’s programs is to give you an understanding of the principles of biotechnology.

Related Biotech Programs

Biotechnology is closely related to public health and well being. The idea behind biotechnology is use science and engineering to create a more healthy nation (or world), and many biotechnologists – especially researchers – end up working with public health officials.

We have a lot of information in our biotech database, but each bachelors in biotechnology degree program has its own intricacies and study focus. Be sure to talk with an admissions representative in the biotechnology school at the university you are interested in for detailed information.

Schools with Biotechnology Programs

Arizona State University

AZ
  • Bachelor of Science - Biomedical Informatics - Arizona State University's Department of Biomedical Informatics offers Master's and Doctorate programs with concentrations in bioinformatics, imaging informatics, clinical informatics, public health informatics, and cognitive science and decision-making. A first-in-the-nation Bachelor of Science degree in Biomedical Informatics begins Fall 2010 preparing graduates for careers or further study in this rapidly growing field.

Bay Path College

MA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology / MS in Applied Laboratory Science and Operations - Bay Path College offers a Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology and the program focuses on giving students a broad array of biotechnology skills. The College makes sure students are ready for the biotech field by starting them out with an intensive program that focuses on building fundamentals cell biology, genetics, molecular biology, chemistry, forensic science, and microbiology. Students also have a chance to participate in the Summer Institute at Harvard-MIT Sciences and Technology internship towards the end of the program.

    MS in Applied Laboratory Science and Operations

Brigham Young University

UT
  • Bachelor of Science - Agribusiness Management - The Brigham Young University biotechnology degrees are offered out of their Plant and Wildlife Sciences Department. They offer a Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology and also offer an interesting degree with their Bio-Agribusiness Management Biotechnology Business Emphasis. This program prepares students for management positions within the fast-growing agribusiness field.

Cabrini College

PA
  • Bachelor Degree in Biology - Biotechnology Emphasis - Cabrini College is a Catholic university located in Radnor, Pennsylvania. The school was founded in 1957 and carries their mission is to provide an "education of the heart." Social responsibility is important at Cabrini, and all undergraduates are required to take part in some kind of community service.
    The school offers a biology program, but students can add a biotechnology emphasis to this program.

California State Polytechnic University Pomona

CA
  • Masters Degree in Biotechnology - California State Polytechnic is one of the few polytechnic schools in the nation and offers a wide array of biotechnology education options. The university has alwasy been a leader in biotechnology education and was the first to establish a bachelor degree in biotechnology. All of their programs emphasis real-world, practical training that support their philosophy of "learn by doing." See below for specific information and links for their programs.

California State University at San Marcos

CA

California State University Fullerton

CA

Calvin College

MI
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Calvin College offers a Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology but does so with a unique perspective. They explore the Christian perspective of the biotechnology field. This is a good degree program for prospective students with an interest in entering a program that respects traditional Christian values.

Colorado State University

CO
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Colorado State offers students a unique option for their biotechnology education. They call their program the Biotechnology Interdisciplinary Studies Program (BISP). This program allows students to stick with their existing degree and add 21 hours of biotechnology courses to their degree. The result is a certificate of biotechnology.

Columbia University in the City of New York

NY
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Columbia University offers an excellent array of biotechnology degree options. The school's faculty is impressive and was won many awards for their contribution to the field. They university offers degree programs for students at all levels of the biotechnology field. The school is also dedicated to innovative approaches to education and providing original research to the biotechnology field.

Del Mar College

TX
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The biotechnology programs at Del Mar College are made possible as a result of SUCCESS (South Texas Undergraduate Curriculum Consortium for Environmental and Biological Science Students). This consortium is made possible as a result of the following organizations:

    • Del Mar College

    • Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

    • 2 Hispanic Serving Institutions of Corpus Christi, TX Life Sciences Division of Lawrence

    • Berkeley National Laboratory (LBNL) Berkeley, CA

    • BioFirst Pharmaceuticals (BFP) of Corpus Christi


    The result of this collaboration is two great programs that offer local students the chance to enter this exciting field.

Delaware State University

DE
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Delaware State University offers local students a Bachelor's degree in biotechnology. The program is a part of the biology department and focuses on giving students a broad base of knowledge.

East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania

PA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The Bachelor Degree in Biotechnology programs at East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania focuses on the interrelated disciplines of biology, chemistry, physics and computer information technology. The Medical Technology program is a highly interdisciplinary degree that prepares students for careers in clinical laboratory science and for diagnostic laboratories.
    ESU has made heavy intestments in their facilities and biotechnology students can make use if the following:


    • DNA sequencer

    • Electron microscopes

    • Cell and tissue culture facilities

    • Molecular biology laboratory

    • Immunology laboratory

    • Animal and plant physiology laboratories

    • Microbiology laboratory

    • Incubators and growth chambers

    • Small animal facilities

Elizabethtown College

PA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Since it was founded in 1899, Elizabethtown College is an "centennial school." The college has a rich tradition and offers a students a truly unique education experience. They only have about 2500 students and maintain an extremely low student-to-faculty ration of 11:1. This gives students a lot of one-on-one interaction with their teachers and promotes community learning. Despite their small size, they offer a wide variety of program options.

Endicott College

MA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Endicott College has recently created their B.S. Biology and Biotechnology major. The program includes a core focus on fundamental biology, chemistry, biotechnology and math courses. Once the core courses are finished students have the option of pursuing the following concentrations:

    • Pre-Professional. Benefit from being a Bio/Biotech student but also be Pre-Med, Pre-Vet, Pre-Dental.

    • Environmental Science. For Bio/Biotech students interested in scientific advances that relate to environmental issues.

Ferris State University

MI
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The Ferris State University biotechnology program is a Bachelors level program and focuses on five primary aspects of the field: Recombinant DNA Cell Culture Immunology Laboratory Animal Care Advanced Protein Isolation Techniques. The program is broken up into two main sections. The first two years cover the basics of biotechnology and performance in this portion of the program dictates admission to the second portion. The second portion of their program is a laboratory intensive two years that students start as a junior.

Florida Gulf Coast University

FL
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Florida Gulf Coast University offers a Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology. Their program is designed to give a very broad overview of all areas of biotechnology. Located just outside Fort Myers and very close to the coast (hence the name), FGCU is a relatively new university that prides itself on progressive amenities on-campus.

Fontbonne University

MO
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Fontbonne University was one of the first colleges to offer a biotechnology degree in the St Louis area. Their Bachelor Degree in Biotechnology program offers students a lot of hands on training and low student to faculty ratios.

Harrisburg University

PA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Harrisburg is one of the newest universities in the nation and was founded in 2001. The university has some very unique traits in that it is the first privately funded science and technology school created in Pennsylvania in over 100 years. They have exited area business leaders and professionals with their innovative approach to education. The university focuses heavily on science, technology, math and engineering, and fills a great need in the area.
    Their biotechnology program offers prospective students the chance to study a cutting edge field at a cutting edge university.

Iowa State University

IA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Iowa State University offers undergraduate and graduate degrees in more than 30 academic departments and programs that prepare students for biotechnology careers in agriculture human health sciences industrial bioprocessing criminal justice bioethics and many other career areas.

James Madison University

VA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - James Madison University offers local Virginia students a bachelors degree in biotechnology. Students are able to choose from one of three concentrations within the program. There is a research concentration to prepare for graduate school, an industry concentration to prepare for students for entrance into the workforce, and a custom concentration that can be focused on bioinformatics genomics and agricultural biotechnology.

Jefferson College of Health Professions

PA

Kent State University

OH
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Kent State offers a great opportunity for students with their interdisciplinary approach to biotechnology. There bachelors level program is taught out of their Chemistry Department and immerses students in a broad chemistry and biology foundation during the first part of the program. The last year of the program focuses almost exclusively on biotechnology. The program also involves internships and a heavy research component.

Marshall University

WV
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Marshall University offers their biotechnology degree out of their Integrated Science and Technology Department. The degree is a four year program that will leave students well prepared for employment in the field and additional work at the graduate level.

Marywood University

PA

Minnesota State University at Mankato

MN
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Minnesota State University at Mankato's biotechnology program offers prospective students many benefits. The University features one of the best science buildings in the state featuring great laboratories and research facilities. The biotech programs is also in close proximity to the chemistry, mathematics, computer science, physics and electrical engineering programs. This is a big advantage since biotechnology is a interdisciplinary program.

Missouri Southern State University

MO
  • Bachelor of Science - Biomedical Informatics - Missouri Southern State University's biotechnology degree is in Bioinformatics. This interdisciplinary program offers students the opportunity to combine their computer skills with biotechnology. The result is the possibility to work on exiting projects. Students will need to take classes in both Computer Science and Biotechnology to complete this program.

Montana State University

MT
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology program offered by Montana State University is an interdisciplinary program that is offered by the School's College of Agriculture. The first two years of the program immerse the student in a basic science curriculum designed to give strong fundamentals. After the first two years student choose an area of emphasis in one of the following areas:

    • Plant Bitechnology

    • Animal Biotechnology

    • Microbial Biotechnology


    This is a great program for students who are unsure of the exact area of biotechnology they are interested and want flexible degree options.

Montgomery College

MD
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Montgomery College's Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology program provides students with the skills and knowledge needed by today's biotechnology community. The program utilizes a combination of laboratory and theoretical training to ensure a strong foundation in biotechnology and bioscience.

North Dakota State University

ND
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - North Dakota State University offers a Bachelor's Degree in Biotechnology and offers the program out of the following departments: College of Agriculture, Food Systems, Natural Resources, and the College of Science and Mathematics.

Northeastern University

MA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - This program is offered through Northeastern University's College of Professional Studies. The school offers both a bachelors and associates degree in biotechnology. However the school is not currently accepting new students for the AS in Biotechnology program, but is accepting bachelors level students.

Plymouth State University

NH
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Plymouth State University's Bachelor Degree in Biotechnology immerses students in a focused interdisciplinary study of chemistry biology physics and mathematics for the first two years of the program. Students then focus more in the biotechnology curriculum. As seniors PSU students have a major seniors research project that must be completed to graduate. This research project takes place over a full semester and is supervised by faculty. This is an exciting opportunity for PSU students.

Point Park University

PA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Point Park University offers students a great Biotechnology program and also something truly unique. The University is one of the nation’s only undergraduate biotechnology programs to use live cells and cellular materials. This is a great feature that gives students a unique look at the field.

Purdue University

IN
  • Bachelor of Science - Biomedical Engineering - Purdue University is strongly committed to biotechnology education. The school offers several programs at every degree level.
    Their biotechnology program is offered out of their Department of Industrial Technology.

    The biomedical engineering programs are offered out of Purdue's Weldon School of Biomedical Engineering. The Weldon School was established in 1972 and is one of the nation's top biomedical engineering schools.

Rhode Island University

RI
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The University of Rhode Island offers two different biotech degrees. They offer a BS in Biotechnology Research and a BS in Biotechnology Manufacturing. The research degree is offered out of the School's College of Environmental and Life Sciences and manufacturing degree is offered as an option in their Clinical Laboratory Science Program. Learn more about these programs below.

Rochester Institute of Technology

NY
  • Biomedical Engineering BS - R.I.T.'s biomedical engineering BS program is a five-year program, with 50 weeks of cooperative employment experience. In addition to the biomedical engineering core, RIT students can expect to study science and math and wellness education, as well as general education courses.
    Students have options of four areas of interest: Biomaterials, biomedical device and system design, biomedical signal processing, and physiological modeling, dynamics, and control.
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The Rochester Institute of Technology helped pioneer biotechnology education when they introduced their first biotechnology program in 1983. Since then they have continued to break new ground in the field and produce highly qualified graduates.

San Jose State University

CA

Southeastern Oklahoma State University

OK
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Southeastern Oklahoma State University has jumped into the biotechnology arena and offers students a great opportunity. Their Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology is a 58 credit hour program and is taught out of the schools Chemistry Computer and Physical Sciences Department. Visit their site to learn more about their program.

St. Cloud State University

MN
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Minnesota students interested in a career in biotechnology have an excellent opportunity waiting for them at St. Cloud State University. Their Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology is a great program for those seeking employment in one of Minnesota's many biotech companies or wanting to pursing a graduate education in this field.

Stanford University

CA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biomedical Engineering - Stanford lives up to it's lofty reputation with it's array of biotechnology degree options. The BMI Training Program offers doctoral and a variety of masters programs. Stanford also offers several non-degree programs for students who need to stay current with the field.

Texas A & M University

TX
  • Bachelor of Science - Biomedical Engineering - The University of Texas A & M offers students a PSM Degree in Biotechnology. Like most programs of this kind Texas A & M gives students a solid understanding of biotechnology but also offers students training in areas such as Finance Management Accounting Journalism and Marketing. Several other interesting electives are also offered. This type of program develops graduates that are ready to work in a corporate setting on biotechnology projects.

The Catholic University of America

DC
  • NULL - CUA now offers a graduate M.S. degree or graduate Certificate in biotechnology. In addition, a dual undergraduate degree program in which a matriculating student can earn both an B.S. and M.S. degree in biotechnology in 5 rather than 6 years is separately available.

The State University of New York at Buffalo

NY
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The biotechnology program at th eState University of New York at Buffalo starts students off with a core set of courses, but later allows students to tailor the program to their interests. The program offers a wide variety of electives and 3 areas of degree emphasis:

    • Forensics

    • Graduate/Pre-professional

    • Research/Technical

University of Arkansas at Little Rock

AK
  • NULL - University of Arkansas at Little Rock's Biotechnology Program is the result of a joint effort between their Biology Department and the Medical Technology department of the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. The schools Bachlor Degree in Molecular Biotechnology involves two years of Pre-Biotechnology Curriculum and then students can be admitted into to the Molecular Biotechnology Research Program.

University of California San Diego

CA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - UCSD is one of top biotechnology schools in one of the top biotechnology centers of the country. Ambitious biotechnology majors couldn't do much better than to enter the biotech programs at USCD. The school offers a number of great programs that cover many aspects of biotechnology.

University of California Santa Cruz

CA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biomedical Engineering - The Bioinformatics and Biomedical Engineering programs at UC Santa Cruz are closely affiliated. The two departments share resources and expertise in order to advance their research. The BME program has also grown significantly over the past few years.

University of Central Florida

FL
  • Masters Degree in Biotechnology - The University of Central Florida has a robust Biology Department and offers a wide variety of programs. Within the department they offer both a Bachelors and several Masters Degrees in Biotechnology. The University is currently working on a new 198 000 sq.ft. five story building. This state of the art research facility should be ready in 2009. Their ambition does not stop there. The University is also constructing several other facilities in the area that will make up a new biotechnology cluster. They also have partnerships with several key local companies. Graduates from the Biotechnology programs at the University of Central Florida are sure to have ample opportunities after graduation.

University of Colorado at Boulder

CO
  • Certificate - Biotechnology - University of Colorado at Boulder offers a Certificate in Biotechnology. They also have a Biomedical Engineering department that focuses heavily on the mechanical side of Biomedical Engineering.

University of Connecticut

CT
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The University of Connecticut offers a unique Biotechnology program out of their Department of Plant Science in their College of Agriculture and Natural Resources. This makes it a great program for students interested in pursuing a career on the agricultural side of biotechnology.

University of Georgia

GA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The University of Georgia offers students a Bachelor of Science in Applied Biotechnology. This degree heavily emphasizes the interdisciplinary nature of the field and exposes students to a wide variety of material. Students will learn about everything from plant science to animal science and from forestry to food science. The program also offers a lot of hands on experience and should prepare students well for employment in the field.

University of Hawaii at Manoa

HI
  • BS in Plant and Environmental Biotechnology Program - University of Hawaii at Manoa is part of the University Hawaii System. The University's Plant and Environmental Biotechnology degree helps students develop strong fundamentals in biotechnology and the life sciences including molecular biology, biochemistry, genetics, and aquaculture biotechnology. The primary focus of the program is in applying biotechnology to agriculture, the environment, and the medical sciences.
    One could hardly think of a more interesting place to learn about plant and environment biotechnology.

    As students advance through the program they can specialize in one of the following areas:

    • Environmental and Microbial Biotechnology

    • Plant Biotechnology

    • Insect and Pathogen Biotechnology

    • General Biotechnology

    • Aquaculture and Animal Biotechnology


University of Houston - Downtown

TX
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The University of Houston Downtown was the first college in Texas to offer a Bachelor Degree in Biotechnology. With Houston's growing demand for employees in the biotechnology field, the college serves an important need.
    Students have the option of participating the college's 2 + 2 option which involves taking 2 years of courses at Montgomery College and completing the last two years at the University of Houston Downtown.

University of Idaho

ID

University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign

IL
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The University of Illinois offers a very unique program to prospective students considering a biotechnology career. Their program is a Bachelor Degree in Plant Biotechnology and Molecular Biology. Students in this program will walk away with practical biotech applications that can be applied in agribusiness and in many other industries. Students would also have the opportunity to continue their education and pursue graduate studies.

University of Iowa

IA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The University of Iowa offers a Biology degree, but offers a Biotechnology and Genetics Track for their Biology program. This degree track covers a broad array of biotechnology topics. Students that complete the degree will have the opportunity to obtain positions in genetic engineering, biotechnology and other related companies.

University of Kentucky

KY
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The Biotechnology Program at the University of Kentucky is heavily focused on agriculture. Students that enter this program will learn about many different areas of agricultural biotechnology such as: Biotechnology Research, Genetic Engineering Biotechnology, Indentification and Cloning, Cellular and Molecular Approaches in Biotechnology.

University of Maryland

MD
  • BS, MS, Doctor of Philosophy in Bioengineering - Through their Maryland Technology Enterprise Institute (Mtech) program, the University of Maryland offers several programs designed to bolster the region's growing biotechnology industry. The programs offered by Mtech are:

    • Undergraduate, Master of Science and Doctor of Philosophy degree programs in Bioengineering

    • Biomolecular Engineering Graduate Certificate program



    Both of these programs combine the fields of engineering, medicine and biology. They are academically rigorous and offer students excellent career potential after graduation.

University of Missouri - Kansas City

MO
  • Bachelor of Science - Biomedical Informatics - The University of Missouri Kansas City is positioning the University and Kansas City as a national center for biotechnology research. UMKC has a vast array of biology offerings and also offers a Bachelor of Science in Biology with a Biotechnology emphasis. The University also offers a program in Bioinformatics.

University of Missouri - St Louis

MO
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology and Biochemistry - The biotech programs offered by UMSL are a result of the cooperation between the Department of Biology and the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry. Faculty from both departments take part in making these programs possible. The degrees offered by USML provide students with a solid foundations in both chemistry and biology. Students receive a broad based science education along with biotechnology training.

University of Nevada - Reno

NV
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The UNR College of Agriculture Biotechnology and Natural Resources offers two different biotechnology degrees for students interested in the field. The first degree is a Bachelor of Science in Animal Biotechnology and involves a lot of work with Animal Science and Agribusiness. The second degree is a Master of Science in Biotechnology.

University of North Carolina

NC
  • Bachelor of Science - Biomedical Engineering - The undergraduate program at UNC is taught exclusively in Chapel Hill but the graduate program is a joint effort between UNC and North Carolina State University. This partnership was formed in 2003 and has produced many highly qualified graduates. The specific departments that make the joint BME program possible are UNC Chapel Hill's School of Medicine and the College of Engineering at NC State.

Ursuline College

OH
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - The Biotechnology program at Ursuline College is a joint effort between Ursuline and Lakeland Community College. Students spend their first three years working towards a Biology degree and then spend the final year at Lakeland to complete the Biotechnology component of the training.

Utah Valley University

UT
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Utah Valley University offers a Bachelors Degree in Biotechnology. The University works closely with Salt Lake Community College. Students that complete this program have the option of doing their next two years at Utah Valley University and completing their Bachelor Degree in Biotechnology.

Washington State University

WA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Washington State University has invested heavily in their biotechnology program. They offer a Bachelors Degree in Biotechnology and also offer a highly interdisciplinary Doctoral Program in Biotechnology. The school also has numerous laboratory facilities that include:

    • Equipment for ultracentrifugation, recombinant DNA techniques, HPLC protein analysis and purification, and DNA sequencing and synthesizing.
    • Bioanalytical Laboratory

    • Electron Microscopy Center

    • Nuclear Radiation Center

    • Nuclear Magnetic Resonance Center

    • X-ray Crystallography

    • Science Learning and Instruction Center (SLIC)

    • Owen Science and Engineering Library

West Texas A & M University

TX
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - West Texas A & M University has entered the biotechnology education and offers a great opportunity with their Bachelor Degree in Biotechnology. They teach the program out of their Department of Life Earth and Environmental Sciences. Visit the links below to learn more about this existing program.

William Patterson University

NJ
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - William Patterson University offers both a Bachelors and Masters Degree in Biotechnology. The programs are offered both to broaden their degree offering and address the growing number of pharmaceutical and biotech firms in the state.

Winston Salem State University

NC
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - WSSU launched one of the first Molecular Biology programs in the state and had a lot of success with it. Afterward they decided to launch their Bachelor of Science in Biotechnology. This program has also been a great success for the University.

Worcester Polytechnic Institute

MA
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - Worchester Polytechnic Institute has prepared well for the future of biotechnology. Their Life Sciences and Bioengineering Center is a state-of-the-art facility that merges the study of Life Sciences and Bioengineering. WPI offers undergraduate and multiple graduate programs that consistently produce qualified graduates that are ready for the challenges in the biotechnology field.

York College CUNY

NY
  • Bachelor of Science - Biotechnology - York College is a part of the City University system of New York. They offer a both a Bachelor's Degree in Biotechnology and a Biotechnology minor. The school features a great faculty and modern facilities that include cell culture facility, various microscopes, high-speed and ultracentrifuges; UV-visible spectrophotometers, a Phosphor and Fluorescent Screen Imaging system, DNA and peptide synthesizers, DNA and protein electrophoresis equipment, and a state-of-art greenhouse.