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Biotechnology Laboratory Sciences

The Blinn College District Biotechnology Laboratory Sciences Program teaches basic laboratory skills, U.S. Food and Drug Administration regulations, and good manufacturing practices, preparing you for employment in regulated laboratory environments. In the program, you have the opportunity to meet industry leaders and tour local biotechnology facilities.

Fall Registration Is Still Available!

The fall semester is underway but you still have time to register! Fall 8-week classes begin October 23rd. For assistance, contact Academic Advising or call Enrollment Services at 979-830-4800. You also can schedule a tour of any of our six campuses!

Steps To Apply

The 60-credit-hour Associate of Applied Science in Biotechnology Laboratory Sciences familiarizes you in the science of quality control and the manufacturing of biotherapeutics, as well as the compliance requirements that govern the industry.

The Certificate Level-2 in Biotechnology Laboratory Sciences Advanced Technical Certificate is a 29-credit-hour, one-year program for students who already hold a bachelor’s or master’s degree. Completion of this program qualifies students for employment in the pharmaceutical industry.

The Certificate Level-2 in Biotechnology Laboratory Sciences is a 41-credit-hour certificate that provides you the knowledge and skills you need for entry-level positions within the local and global therapeutics manufacturing industry.

For specific advice, please contact an academic advisor.

All three awards can be completed on the Bryan Campus.

For information regarding job opportunities, visit our Job Information page. According to the  U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, biological technicians earned a median salary of $48,140 in 2021.

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Biotechnology Laboratory Sciences
Phone: 979-209-7432

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