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With a large agricultural focus and growing pharmaceutical focus in Texas, there are a number of opportunities for a rewarding career with a biotechnology degree.
According to the latest governor report on Biotech in Texas, the state ranks second in the nation for the employment of life and physical scientists.
Texas is home to 3,600 biotechnology manufacturing and research/development firms, and employs a whopping 92,000 biotechnology employees. The total impact of the biotechnology industry in Texas is $75 billion, and it continues to grow.
With over $1.3 billion invested by venture capital firms from 2008 to 2013 and a renewed focus on STEM courses, Texas is very invested in the success of the biotechnology industry.
Schools with Biotechnology Programs in Texas
- Associate of Science Biotechnology - Amarillo College offers students an Associate of Science in Biotechnology. The total course work requires 42 credit hours. This includes both general education and degree specific courses. The program is taught out of their Biology Department and you can find information on their faculty here.
Austin Community College
- Associate of Science Biotechnology - Austin Community College offers an Associate Degree in Biotechnology and several certificate programs. The School allows high school students interested in biotechnology to start taking courses that count towards their degree during their senior year.
Del Mar College
- 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.
- Associate of Science Biotechnology - Galveston College offers a two-year five semester program that leads to the receipt of a Associates of Applied Science in Biotechnology. This is a good degree option for students who want to enter the workforce quickly and leave the option open to receive additional education in the future.
Houston Community College
Lone Star College
Northwest Vista College
- Associate of Science Biotechnology - Northwest Vista College is one of five colleges in the Alamo Colleges. The college was founded in 1995 to meet the increasing demand for career focused education in Bexar County.
Texas A & M University
- 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.
Texas Tech University
- Masters Degree in Biotechnology - Texas Tech University brings a unique perspective to biotechnology education. The School offers an MS in Biotechnology but also offers a MS / Juris Doctor program. This dual degree program is an excellent opportunity for students to place themselves in a unique and highly valuable position in both the biotechnology and legal fields. It is one of the few programs of its kind.
University of Houston - Downtown
- 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 Houston Clear Lake
- Certificate - Biotechnology - The University of Houston at Clear Lake offers a great opportunity for interested students. They offer both a Certificate Program in Biotechnology and a Masters of Science. Some will find it interesting that the University maintains a relationship with NASA's Johnson Space Center. NASA provides the School with some funding for the biotechnology program.
University of Texas at El Paso
West Texas A & M University
- 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.