Certification Biotechnology - Commercial and industrial interests in biotechnology comprise ever-increasing employment opportunities in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and around the world. Future industrial growth in the Commonwealth (and beyond) will continue to drive employment opportunities for students with diverse backgrounds in the biological sciences that have practical training in scientific methods and laboratory practices in the many and areas of research that support the biotechnology industry. The Biotechnology Certificate program is designed to prepare students to meet the needs of this growing industrial base by providing training in several different areas of biological science that make up the basis of biotechnology. This certificate program requires that in combination with their major program of study in the home department, students take a minimum of 15 credits of approved courses covering topics in the area a biotechnology.
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