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Biotechnology

When scientists wanted to produce more wheat per acre to help feed the world’s starving, they hybridized the plant to have a bigger seed head.

When they wanted to create an anti-lymphoma vaccine, they used tobacco plants carrying RNA from cloned malignant B-cells.  Flowers that are bigger and better perfumed?  Not a problem.  Biotechnology creates some of the wonders of the world.  The goal of our biotechnology program is to make you a part of that wondrous work.

Prepare for two fields experiencing explosive growth. 

Put simply, biotechnology uses technical advances to modify living organisms for human purposes. The two areas advancing right now at a mind-boggling pace are biotechnology and biopharmaceuticals.  Our program integrates courses in biochemistry, genetics, and cellular and molecular biology.  With the knowledge and skill sets you gain in this program, you’ll be superbly qualified for these exciting fields.

Differentiate yourself.

You want to offer future employers something that sets you apart from other applicants. We have what you need — unique and innovative courses not offered at many other universities:

  • Biotechnology and Advanced Molecular Biology
  • Nucleic Acid Biochemistry
  • Genomics
  • Bioinformatics
  • Molecular Biology of Proteins

All of our full-time faculty members have doctoral degrees and research experience. Their focus is on providing the best possible classroom and laboratory experiences for each student.

As part of the program, you will also have the opportunity to meet and interact with representatives of the vibrant local biotechnology and pharmaceutical community.   

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    If you are interested in Biotechnology, you may also want to find out more about our Biology, Environmental Science, Graduate Cellular & Molecular Biology, or Graduate Environmental Science programs.

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