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Illinois has elevated their focus on biotechnology in recent years. While they are not one of the top five regions in the US, they are serious about making their state a force in the industry. Illinois has poured millions of dollars into biotech initiatives and is working hard attract agricultural biotech companies and jobs to the region.
Schools with Biotechnology Programs in Illinois
Illinois State University
- Masters Degree in Biotechnology - Illinois State University offers a robust array of degree options for prospective students seeking a career in the field. They offer several different Bachelors level Biology programs that offer some training in this area. They also offer a Masters Degree that offers several unique "sequences" in various areas of biotechnology. See the degree details below to learn more about this exciting opportunity. To see all of the University's degree options go here.
- Associate of Science Biotechnology - Northwestern University's Masters of Biotechnology Program lives up to the standard expected from this well-respected university. The program is taught out of their School of Engineering and takes an interdisciplinary approach to the field. This integration of Biotechnology and Engineering is what makes this program different from many others.
University of Illinois at Urbana Champaign
- 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 Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford
- Masters Degree in Biotechnology - The University of Illinois College of Medicine at Rockford offers a unique opportunity for students who wish to focus on the pharmaceutical side of biotechnology. Their program is taught out of their Biomedical Sciences Department and focuses on biotechnology as it applies to medicine. Students in the program focus on developing pharmaceutical products vaccines and equipment for the medical industry.