Consider a sponsored online program currently accepting applicants.
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Schools with Biotechnology Programs in Alabama
- Masters Degree in Biotechnology - If you are interested in focusing on the engineering side of biotechnology then Auburn's Biosystems Engineering program is a great option for you. The program offers degrees in either Biosystems Engineering or Forest Engineering. The University offers both undergraduate and graduate degrees in this field.
Calhoun Community College
- Associate of Science Biotechnology - To help meet the need of skilled workers in the biotechnology field, Calhoun Community College has developed their Associate Degree in Biotechnology to meet that demand. The degree is a 64 - 65 credit hour course that consists of biology and chemistry related general education courses, and ends with courses focused directly on biotechnology.
University of Alabama Huntsville
- Doctorate Degree in Biotechnology - UAF Huntsville offers a Interdisciplinary Ph.D program that covers the basics of biotechnology and allows specialization in one of these three areas:
- Structural Biology
- Biomolecular Sciences
- Bioprocess Engineering
Students are also offered the ability to receive a MS in MS in Biological Sciences, Chemistry or in Engineering while working their way through this program.