Biotechnology Degrees in Colorado
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|MSHS in Biomedical Informatics||George Washington University||Master||Website|
|Online Bachelor of Science in Biomedical Informatics||George Washington University||Bachelor||Website|
|Master of Science Food Safety Regulation||Johns Hopkins University AAP||Master||Website|
|Master of Biotechnology Enterprise & Entrepreneurship||Johns Hopkins University AAP||Master||Website|
|MSHS in Regulatory Affairs||George Washington University||Master||Website|
|MSHS in Immunohematology and Biotechnology||George Washington University||Master||Website|
Colorado doesn’t have any major biotechnology hubs at this point, but a new initiative in Denver could put them on the right track.
Early in 2008, the state approved 26 million dollars of funding to help boost biotech activity in the area. This dollar amount pales in comparison the the major hubs, but could position Colorado as a leader in the Midwest since most of the major hubs are on the coasts.
Schools with Biotechnology Programs in Colorado
Colorado State University
- 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.
Northeastern Junior College
Red Rocks Community College
University of Colorado at Boulder
- 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.