In the Biotechnology program, students conduct hands-on activities in anatomy and physiology, forensic science, cell biology, disease research, immunology, organic chemistry, medical technology, environmental science, and genetic engineering.
Students will perform DNA Fingerprinting, Genetic Transformations, and Protein Analysis. Through high-level academic coursework, students will design produce, and analyze a wide range of scientific experiments.
Students in this program will learn:
- Foundations of DNA Fingerprinting
- Genetic Transformations
- Protein Analysis
- Organic Chemistry
- Cell Biology
- Disease Research
- Animal Technician
- Laboratory Assistant
- Bio-fuels Technician
- Genomics Technician
- Forensic Scientist
This course covers the information in the first step of many certifications in biology, chemistry, and the medical field.
- Kent State
Credits from the course carry to these colleges.