Biotechnology

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Biotechnology (Affiliated with JCCC)

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Description

The Biotechnology Associate of Science degree program will prepare students who wish to pursue a baccalaureate degree in the biological sciences. Upon completion of this degree, students will be able to find entry-level or higher positions in the diverse field of biotechnology. Along with the basic and more advanced courses, students will take specialized courses in subjects such as laboratory safety and biotechnology methods. Students must be accepted into the program by both MCC and JCCC. The student is awarded the degree from JCCC upon successful completion of all requirements. It is the student's responsibility to check with an MCC counselor or advisor before enrollment.

The Biotechnology Associate in Applied Science degree program will prepare students to work in biotechnology laboratories associated with university medical centers, research institutions, and a variety of industrial applications. The biotechnology certificate is for students seeking employment in the biotechnology industry either in private or academic research laboratories. Students must be accepted into the program by both MCC and JCCC. The student is awarded the degree from JCCC upon successful completion of all requirements. It is the student's responsibility to check with an MCC counselor or advisor before enrollment.

Last Modified: 6/8/12