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Schools with Biotechnology Programs in Missouri
- 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.
Missouri Southern State University
- 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.
University of Missouri - Kansas City
- 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
- 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.