Bachelor's Degree in Biotechnology in North America

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A bachelor's degree is given to students who fulfill the necessary requirements given by the college or university they are attending. The requirements include three to seven years of focus on a subject, typically referred to as a major or concentration.

Graduates of a Bachelor’s degree in Biotechnology will possess knowledge about a diverse array of subjects, including physics, chemistry, engineering and biology. This is because the degree is focused in the utilisation of living organisms for the creation or products and services that have a value to society.

The United States of America commonly called the United States, is a federal republic consisting of fifty states and a federal district. The 48 contiguous states and the federal district of Washington, D.C. are in first North America between Canada and Mexico. The state of Alaska is in northwestern North America, west of Canada and east of Russia across the Bering Strait, and the state of Hawaii is an archipelago in the mid-North Pacific. The country also has five populated and nine unpopulated territories in the Pacific and the Caribbean.

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Bachelor in Livestock Production (EED)

Aeres University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 18 months January 2017 Netherlands Dronten

The programme is directed towards students who are interested in a study in the livestock sector. Dairy cows, pigs and poultry are the main focus of this study, which includes extensive practical training and contact with the industry. [+]

Bachelors in Biotechnology in North America 2017. The programme is directed towards students who are interested in a study in the livestock sector. Dairy cows, pigs and poultry are the main focus of this study, which includes extensive practical training and contact with the industry. Students are trained for positions such as advisor, sales manager, researcher, policy advisor and entrepreneur. They study at Aeres UAS in Dronten (The Netherlands) and Groupe ESA in Angers (France). The various skills required to successfully fulfil these positions are practiced extensively. The programme also includes technical subjects such as animal nutrition, animal health and animal welfare. The livestock sector has a great need for highly educated farm successors, advisors and managers who have an affinity with the agricultural sector. The university in Dronten is one of the renowned agricultural universities in the Netherlands in the field of entrepreneurship. It is not just about knowledge, it is also a question of developing yourself as an enterprising person. The added value of your studies in France The Groupe ESA is located in Western France, the leading French agricultural and agri-business region. With its 2,630 students, Groupe ESA is the largest institute of higher education for life sciences in France. It offers a wide range of programmes in 10 major sectors of activity: farming, food, landscape management, environment, horticulture, viticulture, retailing, trade, agribusiness management and town & country planning. The main features of the educational experience at Groupe ESA are focusing on intensive coaching and a desire to develop a sense of entrepreneurship with a close relationship with business life. The constant exchange with business life allows Groupe ESA to stay in tune with the challenges and realities of the workplace. Angers is a vibrant city with an exceptional heritage, only 90 minutes from Paris and 60 minutes from the Atlantic. Because of the long tradition of horticulture, Angers is today the most important centre for crop production and processing in Europe, notably seeds. It is also a first class economic centre for the food industry, banks and logistics companies. Studying in the Netherlands and France gives students the opportunity to discover other cultures and develop the human qualities of respect, open-mindedness, tolerance and resourcefulness. Competencies Successful graduates will be competent in the following areas of expertise: Consultancy and advice on livestock production Market development and marketing strategies for livestock products Policy institutes at national and international level (EU) Applied research livestock production Entrepreneurship Double degree Aeres University of Applied Sciences and Groupe ESA offers a double degree European Engineer Degree programme (EED) for students in the livestock sector for successful carreer in one of the following profiles: Consultant and advisor Sales and account manager Entrepreneurship and business management Researcher livestock production National or EU policy advisor Enrol Successful applicants for the 1.5 year Bachelor degree courses must have: Completed BTS, DUT, HND or Licence 2 or at least three years of university study in agriculture or a related subject A minimum score of 550 in the TOEFL English test or a formally recognised equivalent such as the IELTS (level 6.0) or IBT (79) The ability to formulate coherently in written English, and to have a vision of the chosen jarea of interest. Essay writing is part of the selection procedure Strong motivation to be successful in the sector Team spirit, a flexible attitude in an international working environment Funding in the form of a grant or a stipend, or private means Qualification After successfully completing this one- year programme, graduates will receive an Ingenieur degree (bachelor´s honours degree) and the Licence Professionelle in Animal Husbandry. [-]

Bachelor in Biology

Allegheny College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Meadville

Allegheny’s biology students learn by doing. With the guidance and support of the faculty, they apply scientific methods and theories learned in the classroom to their own research in the lab or in the field, discovering first-hand how scientists think and what they do. [+]

Bachelor in Biology Allegheny’s biology students learn by doing. With the guidance and support of the faculty, they apply scientific methods and theories learned in the classroom to their own research in the lab or in the field, discovering first-hand how scientists think and what they do. Major & Minor Programs Major Nine biology courses, including a Junior Seminar, Senior Project, and three electives. Double and student-designed majors can be arranged. Recent double majors include: biology and art, biology and environmental science, biology and English, and biology and economics; recent student-designed majors: forensics, bioethics, biophysics. Cooperative programs in allied health fields, nursing, and marine biology. Independent study and research projects are encouraged. Minor Coherent set of five biology courses including two biology electives. Department Facts Distinctions Required individual Senior Project demonstrates to graduate schools and prospective employers the ability to complete a comprehensive independent research assignment. Undergraduate access to all departmental facilities and equipment. Teaching faculty representing a broad range of biological specialties actively involve students in their own research projects. Key departmental participant in two interdisciplinary majors: biochemistry and neuroscience. Several areas of emphasis—premedical, biomedical, environmental, and others—offered through active cooperation with the departments of chemistry and environmental science. Numerous opportunities for student research, with results often presented at national conferences and published in professional journals. Program in marine biology with Duke University and in tropical ecology in Australia and Costa Rica. Allegheny is one of the top eight colleges in the nation for proportion of graduates in mathematics and the sciences; Over 50% of Allegheny’s 2007 science graduates were women. Key Benefits An understanding and appreciation of scientific thought and procedures. Firsthand knowledge of modern analytical techniques and equipment used in biological research, both in the laboratory and in the field. Critical and analytical thinking skills. An understanding of the relationships between biology and other scientific disciplines. An excellent foundation for graduate study in a broad variety of subdisciplines including cellular and molecular biology, physiology, neurobiology, plant biology, microbiology, ecology, and behavioral biology. Endorsements “I will never forget the professors and the high quality biology and liberal arts education I received [at Allegheny]. I learned how to think creatively and to apply scientific criteria to work and life situations.” — Becky Ann Myton, technical advisor to the Minister of the Environment, Honduras National Science Foundation (NSF) grant ($300,000) funded research that could lead to new ways to control insect populations; specific grant provision made for student research assistants. Faculty member was recently awarded a National Science Foundation (NSF) Faculty Early Career Development program grant ($280,000). National Institutes of Health grant ($98,000) funded faculty research investigating the possible role of nasal CO2 receptors in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. NSF has awarded $515,732 to a faculty member to support student-faculty summer research in population ecology at Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory in Colorado. Department ranks in the top 5 percent among private undergraduate institutions in production of eventual Ph.D.s since 1920. Department recently awarded $250,000 by the Eden Hall Foundation to support instructional technology for introductory laboratories. U.S. Department of Agriculture grant ($75,000) given to study the role of plant hormones in symbiosis between plants and fungi. Learning Outcomes Student Learning Outcomes for Majors in Biology Students who successfully complete a major in Biology are expected to be able to: demonstrate a general understanding of the central features of the extraordinarily diverse and expanding landscape of modern biology. demonstrate a general understanding of the standard laboratory tools, methodology, and process of biological research, and the basics of scientific writing. demonstrate a thorough understanding of important principles and laboratory techniques in at least three different biological sub-disciplines within the general areas of (1) cellular and molecular biology, (2) organismal biology and physiology, and (3) population biology and ecology. demonstrate the ability to locate, critically analyze, interpret, and discuss primary research literature in one or more sub-disciplines within the biological sciences. design and conduct independent laboratory or field research that is consistent with the highest standards and practices of research in the relevant biological sub-discipline. present the results of their independent research clearly and effectively in both written and oral forms. be well prepared for post-graduate education and diverse and meaningful careers in and out of the biological sciences. Student Learning Outcomes for Minors in Biology Students who successfully complete a minor in Biology are expected to be able to: demonstrate a general understanding of the central features of the extraordinarily diverse and expanding landscape of modern biology. demonstrate a general understanding of the standard laboratory tools, methodology, and process of biological research, and the basics of scientific writing. present the results of research clearly and effectively in both written and oral forms. demonstrate a thorough understanding of important principles and/or laboratory techniques in at least two different biological sub-disciplines. Opportunities Experiential Learning Internships The following are permanent departmental internships. Many others may be arranged individually. Conservation biology (Erie National Wildlife Refuge) Fisheries biology (Game Commission Fish Hatchery) Allied Health care (Meadville Medical Center) Research Assistants Allegheny faculty engaged in research frequently use student assistants, who work with them locally and in other research environments, such as the University of Toronto, Johns Hopkins University, the University of Rochester, and the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory. Field Studies Allegheny’s location offers unique opportunities to study plant, bird, animal, and insect life in natural settings such as: Bousson Environmental Research Reserve Allegheny National Forest Erie Wildlife Refuge Geneva wetlands Presque Isle and Pymatuning State Parks Tamarack Lake Woodcock Creek Lake Honors and Prizes Outstanding student work is recognized annually with the Biology Faculty Prize and the Robert E. Bugbee Prize. There is also an active chapter of Beta Beta Beta, the national biology honor society. Lectures The annual Darling Lecture Series brings a nationally known scientist to campus to lecture and conduct seminars for students. The department regularly sponsors other seminars and guest speakers, including alumni, each year. Graduate School About 70% of our majors attend graduate or professional school eventually. About 50% go on directly to graduate school (20%) and professional school (30%), representing a 90% acceptance rate. Recent schools include: Carnegie-Mellon University University of Pittsburgh Cornell University Dartmouth College Thomas Jefferson University University of Pennsylvania The most popular fields of study include: medicine, dentistry, neuroscience, molecular and cell biology, and ecology. Career Data About 50% of our majors seek employment directly following graduation. The most popular fields for those with a bachelor’s degree: laboratory technician (university, hospital, industry), elementary and secondary education, medical technician, environmental technician. The most popular fields for those with advanced degrees: medicine, dentistry, biomedical research, ecology. [-]

Bachelor in Biochemistry

Allegheny College
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Meadville

With our entrance into the 21st century, it is increasingly apparent that distinctions between the sciences are becoming blurred. To prepare students for this environment—and others that they’ll encounter in the not-so-distant future—Allegheny offers an interdisciplinary and integrated major in the field of biochemistry, increasing the diversity of Allegheny’s hands-on educational opportunities and encouraging students to see the connections between scientific disciplines. [+]

Bachelors in Biotechnology in North America 2017. Bachelor in Biochemistry With our entrance into the 21st century, it is increasingly apparent that distinctions between the sciences are becoming blurred. To prepare students for this environment—and others that they’ll encounter in the not-so-distant future—Allegheny offers an interdisciplinary and integrated major in the field of biochemistry, increasing the diversity of Allegheny’s hands-on educational opportunities and encouraging students to see the connections between scientific disciplines. The biochemistry major is part of an interdisciplinary program primarily supported by faculty from the biology and chemistry departments. The major requires a group of courses from the biology, chemistry, physics, and mathematics departments. The junior seminar offers students the chance to specialize within the major, applying their knowledge from the introductory and upper-level courses to a specific sub-discipline. In addition, the in-depth exposure to scientific literature and assignments emphasizing scientific communication form an important bridge to the senior project. The required senior project is a two-semester, laboratory-based, independent project that is ultimately defended before an interdisciplinary faculty committee. Department Facts Distinctions Close student-faculty contact, especially at the junior and senior levels. Professors’ excellence in and commitment to teaching at all levels. A curriculum connecting the disciplines of chemistry, biology and physics, and providing an abundance of laboratory experiences. Opportunities and facilities for student research, including the required Senior Project. Rigorous academic standards. Endorsements “[The Biochemistry major] helped prepare me for grad school and helped me to see how the sciences work together and are dependent on one another. I was also able to go abroad.” (2005 graduate) “[The Biochemistry major] helped me to look at science from a lot of different perspectives and gave me a well-rounded experience. It also saved me from having to decide between Biology and Chemistry; instead, I chose both!” (2007 graduate) “I believe [the Biochemistry major] set me apart from many applicants. I think that it also helped spark deeper interests in research that I didn’t necessarily know were there…” (2008 graduate) “I found [the Biochemistry major] stimulating, interesting, and challenging. I did like the requirement that as a Biochemistry major your first and second reader for your Senior Project had to be from both Chemistry and Biology. That forced us to incorporate and be challenged by both sides, no matter which department you were actually conducting research in.” (2008 graduate) Two different NSF Course, Curriculum, and Laboratory Improvement grants have recently funded the purchase of a real-time PCR machine, a gel documentation system, 11 laptop computers, and four microwave reactors for organic synthesis. A $100,000 grant from the Orris C. Hirtzel and Beatrice Dewey Hirtzel Memorial Foundation supported purchase of a Kodak Image Station 4000 MM Pro and an automatic elemental analyzer. A grant of over $480,000 from the Sherman Fairchild Foundation has funded purchase of a gas chromatograph-mass spectrometer (GC-MS), an MS detector for use with an HPLC, a Raman spectrometer, and a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM). Key Benefits Sound preparation for graduate study, professional training, or employment in the biomedical field. An appreciation for intellectual rigor and the discipline necessary to attain it. Critical reasoning skills that encompass the interplay between theory and experiment. The development of effective written and oral communication skills. Independence, creativity, and substantial laboratory skills. The experience of learning as a collective phenomenon and participation in the advancement of knowledge as part of a group. Student Learning Outcomes Students who successfully complete a major in biochemistry are expected to be able to: Demonstrate a broad knowledge of the fundamental introductory concepts of Chemistry, Biology and Physics. Demonstrate a thorough knowledge of the intersection between the disciplines of Biology and Chemistry. Demonstrate a proficiency in developing relevant biochemical questions, carrying out laboratory investigations to answer those questions, and critically analyzing, interpreting, and presenting in oral and written form the results of their experiments. Locate, critically analyze, interpret and discuss data, hypotheses, results, theories, and explanations found in the primary literature, applying knowledge from Chemistry and Biology. Appreciate the way in which practitioners in the disciplines of Biology and Chemistry intersect and bring their expertise to bear in solving complex problems involving living systems. Understand the societal impacts, both positive and negative, of science and technology and the limitations of science. Opportunities Special Lectures The annual Lord Lecture brings some of the nation’s most distinguished chemists to the College for residencies of up to one week. Recent Lord Lecturers include Roald Hoffmann, Nobel Prize–winning chemist, poet, and playwright; Dudley Herschbach, winner of the 1986 Nobel Prize in Chemistry; and George Whitesides, Mallinckrodt Professor of Chemistry at Harvard University and winner of the 1998 National Medal of Science. The annual Darling Lecture Series brings a nationally-known biologist to campus for a public lecture and meetings with students. Graduate Schools Research programs in the summer and during the academic year help students make informed decisions about whether graduate school is right for them. Our biochemistry program prepares students to attend graduate school in biochemistry, molecular biology, biophysics, immunology, microbiology, cell biology, pharmacology, etc. Biochemistry majors are also prepared to enter the health professions (e.g., medicine, dentistry, optometry) or to seek employment in government and industrial laboratories. [-]

Bachelor in International Aquatic Ecosystem Analysis

Aeres University of Applied Sciences
Campus Full time 1 year September 2017 Netherlands Almere

The Bachelor in International Aquatic Ecosystem Analysis programme offers possibilities for careers in governmental organisations at all levels, water boards, research institutes, consultancy companies and non-profit organisations. [+]

This English-taught Bachelor programme on Aquatic Ecosystem Analysis is open to both Dutch and international students who are interested in careers in one of the following professions: Advisor Spatial Planning for water ecosystems Practical researcher Monitoring & Evaluation Eco-hydrologist And professions related to the above. The programme focuses on current challenges such as climate change, dealing with stakeholders in nature development projects and on the aspects of the monitoring cycle. You will be trained to develop a professional working method and attitude. To assure that our students are well prepared for the professional practice, this programme has been developed in cooperation with expert groups from the water sector. For example knowledge of and practical experience with the Water Framework Directive will be part of the programme; this is an EU directive that strongly influences the work of a present-day water professional. You will be trained to think ‘out of the box’ in an international context and with a focus on sustainable solutions. You will be prepared to develop yourself further after graduation in a self-directed (study) path. The programme offers possibilities for careers in governmental organisations at all levels, water boards, research institutes, consultancy companies and non-profit organisations. QUALIFICATION After successfully completing this one-year programme, graduates will receive an internationally recognised Bachelor of Science (BSc) in Applied Biology. [-]

Biological and Biomedical Science

The University of Illinois at Chicago
Campus Full time Part time 4 years January 2017 USA Chicago + 1 more

Biological Sciences majors study living systems. [+]

Bachelors in Biotechnology in North America 2017. Biological and Biomedical Science Biological Sciences majors study living systems. Students and faculty pursue diverse programs of study, including, but not limited to, biochemistry, botany, cell biology, development, ecology, environmental sciences, ethology, evolution, genetics, microbiology, molecular biology, morphology, neuroscience, paleontology, photosynthesis, physiology (animal, microbial, and plant), and population biology. Students completing a baccalaureate degree in Biological Sciences are prepared for a wide variety of careers, including jobs in health, veterinary or pharmaceutical sciences, research, education, regulatory policy, conservation, and agriculture. The Department of Biological Sciences offers a program leading to the Bachelor of Science in Liberal Arts and Sciences with a Major in Biological Sciences. A Minor in Biological Sciences is also offered. [-]

Bachelor of Physical and Life Sciences

Felician University
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Rutherford Lodi + 1 more

Are you curious about the billions of living organisms that inhabit our planet? When you are a biology major at Felician University, you will have the opportunity to study the living world from the smallest cells to massive ecosystems. Biological sciences span a wide range of interests that includes anatomy and physiology, molecular biology, ecology and evolution, and health-related biology. [+]

Are you curious about the billions of living organisms that inhabit our planet? When you are a biology major at Felician University, you will have the opportunity to study the living world from the smallest cells to massive ecosystems. Biological sciences span a wide range of interests that includes anatomy and physiology, molecular biology, ecology and evolution, and health-related biology. With a strong foundation in the basic principles of biology, you will have many career options available to you. If you wish to pursue a career in a health-related profession, Felician University offers several accelerated, pre-professional programs with cooperating professional schools. These programs include: Clinical Laboratory Sciences, Respiratory Therapy Technology, Medical Imaging Sciences, Physician Assistant, Physical Therapy, Chiropractic, Audiology, and Podiatry. Programs Bachelor of Science in Biology Minor in Biology – 19 credits in biology courses Concentration in Biochemistry – 49 credits in biology and chemistry courses to prepare for entry into graduate programs and careers such as pharmacology, biotechnology, and chemical analysis. Points of Interest Plan and execute an original, hands-on research project in your senior year. You will complete this one-semester project in either biology or chemistry under the guidance of a faculty mentor. Get a head start when applying to post-graduate programs! Qualified candidates receive departmental letters of reference. Haven’t decided on a career direction? Switch easily between the biology major and our pre-professional programs, and vice versa, with our flexible curriculum. Gain practical experience in laboratory techniques in our newly renovated laboratories. Learn to think critically about complex scientific matters and ethical consequences as you prepare for the many challenges of modern society. Develop an appreciation of Catholic/Franciscan values as they relate to the practitioner of science. Career Opportunities Professional Careers Medicine Doctor of Osteopathy Dentistry Chiropractic Podiatry Physical therapy Audiology Optometry Veterinary medicine Occupational therapy Physician assistance Pharmacy [-]

Bachelor in Biochemistry

University of Central Missouri
Campus Full time 4 years September 2017 USA Warrensburg

The Biochemistry and Chemistry programs at UCM provide a balanced curriculum of classroom instruction and practical laboratory experience. [+]

Bachelors in Biotechnology in North America 2017. The Biochemistry and Chemistry programs at UCM provide a balanced curriculum of classroom instruction and practical laboratory experience. Why Choose Biochemistry at UCM? You will receive hands-on experience with instrumentation, chromatography, calorimetry, electrochemical analysis and more. You will have access to modern, well-equipped computer laboratories in various areas of specialization, electronic classrooms and a library study area. What will I study? Biochemistry is a common and well-suited major for many of the pre-professional programs (medicine, dentistry, veterinary, pharmacy, optometry) and also qualifies graduates to work as teachers or as chemists in industry and government. Courses include: Intermediate and Advanced Biochemistry Molecular Biology Organic Chemistry Physical Chemistry: Thermodynamics and Kinetics What can I do with a degree in Biochemistry? Biomedical Engineer Epidemiologist Geneticist Molecular Biologist Toxicologist How can I get involved outside the classroom? At UCM, we value an engaging learning experience that includes student involvement and service-learning projects. In Biochemistry there are several opportunities to be involved in: American Chemical Society Beta Beta Beta Sigma Pi Sigma [-]

Master of Sciences in Biochemistry and Biotechnology

Eastern Illinois University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Charleston

The Master of Sciences in Biochemistry and Biotechnology (BCT) program is an advanced interdisciplinary program between the Departments of Biological Sciences, Chemistry, and Business for students interested in pursuing a career in Biochemistry and Biotechnology. [+]

The Master of Sciences in Biochemistry and Biotechnology (BCT) program is an advanced interdisciplinary program between the Departments of Biological Sciences, Chemistry, and Business for students interested in pursuing a career in Biochemistry and Biotechnology. Students will gain skill sets to improve products and services through molecular, chemical, biological and analytical techniques while also being trained in the fundamental business strategies to succeed in the fast paced field of biotechnology and medical services. Students that complete BCT program will (1) demonstrate an understanding of fundamental principles and applications of laboratory techniques and instrumentation, (2) be able to critically analyze a breadth of biochemical problems and experimental results, (3) be familiar with computer applications in biochemistry and biotechnology, (4) be able to properly utilize chemical information sources, (5) be able to apply the scientific method of investigation, and (6) be able to communicate technical material effectively in speaking & writing. The program size and design facilitates the personal development of students using the combined expertise of faculty from the Departments of Biological Sciences, Chemistry, and Business. Highly specialized techniques-based courses will train students on the most modern approaches to scientific problem solving while giving them the academic foundations they will need to succeed in the emerging national and global markets. There is a growing need for students to gain advanced training in the theory and applications of biochemistry and biotechnology that is usually not acquired at the undergraduate level due to the interdisciplinary nature of the field. With the advancements in the medical sciences and biochemical industry, there is a growing need to train students in these advanced topics. Moreover, a knowledgebase that brings together science, business, and technology will give students the educational components to be leaders in their field. For more information, please visit: http://www.eiu.edu/bct/ [-]

Bachelor in Biology

Transylvania University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Lexington

The biology program prepares students for traditional fields of study as well as emerging fields, such as biophysics, bioinformatics, and molecular genetics. [+]

Bachelors in Biotechnology in North America 2017. The biology program prepares students for traditional fields of study as well as emerging fields, such as biophysics, bioinformatics, and molecular genetics. Transylvania students have a variety of opportunities to conduct research, both independently and with professors. Research projects may receive funding from the university or from outside organizations, such as the National Institutes of Health. Current faculty research interests include evolution and behavioral ecology of cannibalism, physiological and other correlates of avian personality, and ecology of non-native plant invasions. See the results for yourself—the majority of our students go on to medical, dental, or pharmacy school or are doing research in graduate programs at leading research institutions across the country. Compare the difference In our small lab sessions, you’ll be encouraged to sharpen your investigative skills by undertaking independent research. You’ll gain firsthand knowledge of subjects through field trips to destinations such as Kentucky’s Red River Gorge and Daniel Boone National Forest. May term travel courses have enabled students to study invertebrates in Florida, tropical ecology in Belize and Hawaii, native plants and animals in the forests of eastern Kentucky, and public health issues in the Philippines. The science of biology plays a central role in important issues like global climate change, stem cell research, and ecological restoration, as well as global health issues such as avian influenza, tuberculosis, and HIV/AIDS. Transylvania’s biology graduates actively engage these issues, both as researchers in the laboratory and as medical personnel on the front lines. Look around these pages to find out more about the program, and contact us with any questions! Possible career options: Environmental protection agent Medical doctor Research scientist Teacher Where our graduates work: National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Office for Women’s Physical and Mental Health for the Commonwealth of Kentucky Smithsonian Institution Mount Sinai Hospital National Rehabilitation Hospital in Washington, D.C. Emory University Boston Medical Center [-]

Bachelor Biochemistry

Ohio Northern University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Columbus

With a chemistry or biochemistry degree from our American Chemical Society-accredited department, you could end up working on a cure for cancer; monitoring the ozone layer that protects us from the sun; researching superior energy solutions (i.e., battery technology or solar panels); developing new textiles, cosmetics or pharmaceutical products; or solving water-pollution problems. [+]

GO FOR A POSITIVE REACTION With a chemistry or biochemistry degree from our American Chemical Society-accredited department, you could end up working on a cure for cancer; monitoring the ozone layer that protects us from the sun; researching superior energy solutions (i.e., battery technology or solar panels); developing new textiles, cosmetics or pharmaceutical products; or solving water-pollution problems. Our program combines rigorous academics with extensive opportunities for research and work in the lab. You’ll gain a solid foundation in the math and the physical sciences while developing your critical-thinking, problem-solving, teamwork and leadership skills. These skills are in demand in today’s workforce. Large institutions just can’t provide the individualized attention you’ll find here. Even as a freshman, you’ll have the opportunity to be in the lab working with real professors – not graduate assistants or lab instructors. Throughout your four years, you’ll have the chance to design and conduct your own experiments, work on independent projects, assist professors with grant-funded research, present your research at regional and/or national conferences, and possibly even co-author an article for an international chemistry journal. The opportunities open to you are truly incredible! Here, you won’t get lost in the crowd. You’ll be an elite chemistry/biochemistry student – part of our family. You’ll enjoy small class sizes and amazing friendships. Our dedicated professors will get to know you. They will support you in your coursework, research, internships, co-ops, and post-graduate or career preparations. They will become personally invested in your success – in college and beyond. Upon graduation, you’ll be ready to make important scientific contributions. You’ll be armed with the knowledge, hands-on experience and critical-thinking skills needed for success – no matter where your path leads you. OPPORTUNITY ABOUNDS RESEARCH TAKES CENTER STAGE Ninety-five percent of our chemistry/biochemistry students work side-by-side with ONU professors on important research projects. Funding for these projects comes from an array of sources, including the National Science Foundation, Ohio Sea Grant, U.S. Geological Survey, the American Chemical Society and, of course, ONU. GET INVOLVED Join a professional organization, and you’ll learn about opportunities in your field and meet new people. Students in ONU’s chapter of the American Chemical Society, for example, plan social gatherings, sponsor guest speakers and attend career fairs. Furthermore, the department also sponsors a chapter of the Gamma Sigma Epsilon chemistry honorary, which helps promote academic excellence and undergraduate research scholarship in chemistry. Being part of these organizations helps you build your professional network of colleagues. SCIENTISTS IN THE HOUSE Every year, we bring renowned science scholars to campus to share their discoveries – and their journeys – with students. The Kritzler Lectureship in Chemistry, for example, brings distinguished chemists to campus each year to present major new developments in their field. You’ll get the chance to meet and interact with each speaker. THINK SUCCESS ALLISON WILLIAMSON BS WITH A MAJOR IN CHEMISTRY ’13 “ONE OF THE SIMPLEST MEASURES OF SUCCESS IS TO BE ABLE TO SAY THAT YOU LOVE YOUR JOB AND LOOK FORWARD TO GOING INTO WORK IN THE MORNING. SOME PEOPLE AREN’T ABLE TO SAY THAT, BUT I CAN WITH COMPLETE SINCERITY. I CAN’T THANK MY ONU PROFESSORS ENOUGH FOR HOW WELL THEY PREPARED ME TO BE SUCCESSFUL IN THE WORKFORCE. THEY PASSED ON KNOWLEDGE, ADVICE AND ALSO PRACTICAL SKILLS, LIKE HOW TO WORK EFFICIENTLY AND SAFELY IN THE LAB.” In high school, Allison Williamson excelled in chemistry. Her uncle, a biochemist in cancer research, showed her that science has the potential to improve quality of life. Allison decided to make chemistry her career path. At ONU, she became a founding member of the chemistry honorary Gamma Sigma Epsilon. She was also active in ONU’s chapter of the Student Members of the American Chemical Society (SMACS). This group afforded her fun opportunities, like carving the entire periodic table of pumpkins and making ice cream using liquid nitrogen. SMACS also funded her participation in the national conference for the American Chemical Society where she presented research. Today, Allison is a research chemist for Lubrizol Corporation in Wickliffe, Ohio, a specialty company that manufactures additives for use in engine oils, transmission fluids, hydraulic fluids, gear oils and more. She travels nationally and internationally to the company’s plants where she troubleshoots problems and provides support. OUTCOMES AND COURSES SOLID OUTCOMES Over the past five years, an average of 95 percent of our chemistry/biochemistry majors were employed full-time or enrolled in professional or graduate school within six months of graduation. Our chemistry students consistently obtain impressive internships and Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) positions for the summer. Our graduates get accepted into top-notch graduate schools, including the University of Cincinnati School of Medicine, Cornell University, MIT, the University of Chicago, Northwestern University, the University of California Berkeley, Ohio State University (dental and optometry programs), Michigan State University and Yale University. COURSES You can earn a Bachelor of Science in biochemistry or chemistry with an optional ACS-accredited concentration or a Bachelor of Arts in chemistry. Additionally, you can be a pre-medical student with any of these degrees, or you can pursue teacher licensure in chemistry. Here are some of the courses you can take as a chemistry or biochemistry major: Organic chemistry Physical chemistry Medicinal chemistry Analytical chemistry Inorganic chemistry Polymer chemistry Organic synthesis Biochemistry [-]

Bachelor in Biochemistry

Saint Anselm College
Campus Full time September 2017 United Kingdom Manchester

The Biochemistry major focuses on life processes at the molecular level, with emphasis on the biochemistry and molecular biology of cellular systems in simple and complex organisms. The curriculum is designed for students seeking preparation for graduate studies, for the health-care professions, or for entry-level positions in science-related industries. This interdisciplinary major in Biochemistry draws upon the resources of the departments of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. [+]

Bachelors in Biotechnology in North America 2017. The Biochemistry major focuses on life processes at the molecular level, with emphasis on the biochemistry and molecular biology of cellular systems in simple and complex organisms. The curriculum is designed for students seeking preparation for graduate studies, for the health-care professions, or for entry-level positions in science-related industries. This interdisciplinary major in Biochemistry draws upon the resources of the departments of Mathematics, Physics, Chemistry, and Biology. Course Sequence - Class of 2018 and Beyond Freshman Year Conversatio I English composition / Core Chemistry 130 Biology 103 Conversatio II English composition / Core Chemistry 131 Biology 104 Sophomore Year Language I / Elective Math 170 Biology 327 Chemistry 250 Language II / Elective Math 180 Biology 333 Chemistry 251 Junior Year Language III Core Biology 336 Physics 121 or 131 Core Core Biology 341 Physics 122 or 132 Senior Year Core Core Elective / Chemistry 280 Biology 421 / Chemisty 420 Core Core / Eective Elective / Chemistry 310 Biology 422 / Chemistry 421 [-]

Bachelor in Biotechnology

Missouri Baptist University
Campus Full time September 2017 USA Saint Louis

The biotechnology program is designed to serve those students interested in pursuing a career in research or higher academic degrees. [+]

Bachelor in Biotechnology The biotechnology program is designed to serve those students interested in pursuing a career in research or higher academic degrees. Majors will be well-equipped to compete for employment in major pharmaceutical or industrial laboratories, governmental laboratories, or not-for-profit research institutions and will be competitive for academic placement in graduate degree programs. In accord with the general mission of the University, courses are taught from a Christian worldview. The biotechnology program provides students with scientific background and laboratory experience necessary for employment in biotech and pharmaceutical industries, for advanced studies in applications of biotechnology such as biochemistry or molecular biology, or to pursue advanced professional degrees (MD, MBA, law) with emphasis in biotechnological issues. Career opportunities in the field of biotechnology include university teaching and research or biomedical research in hospital, academic, governmental, or industrial research laboratory settings. Students taking business courses, along with their biotechnology training, would also represent ideal candidates for jobs in management, sales, or marketing in biotechnological or pharmaceutical industries. The biotechnology program is an ideal preparatory tool for students planning to go to graduate school or other professional degree program, or those students interested in pursuing a career as a research associate. Careers The possibilities for careers in the field of biotechnology are endless, depending on how you plan to apply the education you have received. Career paths in biology include research, health care, environment/conservation, education, forensics, politics/lobbying, business and industry, mathematics, communication, art and computer science/informatics. Professional Degree Programs Medical school Dental school Veterinary school Podiatry school Chiropractic school Research Graduate School – Click on “Biology-Related Fields of Study” to see available programs at accredited schools. Laboratory Research Technician Laboratory Equipment Development or Sales Technical Support for Laboratory Equipment or Supplies Forensics (Biology or Biotechnology major with minor in Criminal Justice is recommended) Health Care A wide range of health-related careers can be explored here. Education Teaching Middle School/High School College Professor Educators at Science or Nature Center Science Writing and Communication Computer Science Bioinformatics Research Opportunities Several research opportunities exist for undergraduate students. Local companies that offer internship opportunities to students include: Donald Danforth Plant Science Center Monsanto Pfizer St. Louis Science Center Internship Opportunities There are several large research universities in the St. Louis area that also may hire students to work in research laboratories as research technicians or undergraduate assistants. Interested students should routinely check the human resources websites of these universities: Washington University – Click on “Research” in the “Job Category” tab and click “Search.” Saint Louis University – Click on “Research” in the “Job Category” tab and click “Search.” Southern Illinois University Edwardsville [-]

Ingeniero en Biotecnología

ITESM - Campus Ciudad de Mexico
Campus Full time 9 semesters July 2017 Mexico Monterrey

Es un profesional con una sólida formación en ingeniería de bioprocesos y ciencias de la vida. Se especializa en las áreas relacionadas con productos y procesos que utilizan células y microorganismos en la fabricación de productos de interés industrial, para lo cual considera las tres dimensiones del desarrollo sostenible (ambiental, económica y socio-política). [+]

Esta descripcion aca corresponde al programa enseñado en el Campus Ciudad de Mexico. Es un profesional con una sólida formación en ingeniería de bioprocesos y ciencias de la vida. Se especializa en las áreas relacionadas con productos y procesos que utilizan células y microorganismos en la fabricación de productos de interés industrial, para lo cual considera las tres dimensiones del desarrollo sostenible (ambiental, económica y socio-política). La Biotecnología es una ciencia interdisciplinaria que busca la aplicación y optimización de sistemas biológicos y/o sus componentes para generar productos y servicios útiles al ser humano. La biotecnología es una de las disciplinas clave del siglo XXI con gran crecimiento e impacto a nivel mundial en diversos sectores, tales como: salud, farmacéutica, alimentos, ambiental, entre otros. Las aplicaciones de la biotecnología en la industria demandan gran especialización y generan productos mediante el uso sustentable de los recursos naturales de nuestra heredada riqueza biológica y cultural, permitiendo establecer un puente para el desarrollo de nuestro entorno. La biotecnología, mediante el conocimiento de las ciencias naturales y de ingeniería, brinda herramientas para desarrollar e innovar productos, procesos y servicios con un alto valor agregado que potencialmente representa oportunidades de negocio que responden a las demandas actuales de la sociedad. Como resultado de los avances biotecnológicos, continuamente se están desarrollando nuevos medicamentos, vacunas, alimentos, bebidas, soluciones ambientales y otros materiales utilizados en industrias de diferentes sectores. El desarrollo científico en los campos del genoma y la manipulación genética, así como el desarrollo de novedosas herramientas y técnicas biológicas, amplían el campo en donde trabajará el Ingeniero en Biotecnología a través de la incorporación de estos desarrollos a los procesos industriales. En México, como en todo el mundo, se vislumbra para la industria biotecnológica un crecimiento acelerado en los próximos 50 años, por lo que se requiere de personal altamente capacitado en este sector. Ante todos estos retos, el plan de estudios de la carrera de Ingeniero en Biotecnología en el Tecnológico de Monterrey está orientado a formar profesionistas capaces de adaptar, desarrollar, implementar y evaluar procesos biotecnológicos para la elaboración de productos y servicios de alto valor en diferentes sectores industriales, integrando los esquemas más favorables de negocio y desarrollo sustentable ante un sólido marco ético. ... [-]