As a student in the Biotechnology program, you’ll learn to use research tools from both chemistry and biology to study and solve problems in the medical, agricultural and pharmaceutical industries. You’ll also study microbiology, cellular biology, and molecular biology, and learn to master the most in-demand lab techniques used in today’s biotechnology and life science laboratories. This invaluable experience helps students to learn critical STEM skills, and develop confidence in experimental design, data analysis, and presentation skills.
This CTE program is available at:
Sample Career Pathways for Biotechnology Graduates (Source: US Bureau of Labor Statistics)
|Job Title||Projected Job Growth Through 2028||Average Yearly Salary|
|Clinical Laboratory Technician||35,100||$53,120|
|Biochemist and Biophysicists||1,900||$94,490|
|Forensic Science Technician||2.400||$59,150|