The Bioprocess Technology curriculum is designed to prepare individuals to work as process operators in biological products manufacturing facilities. Students will combine basic science and communication skills, manufacturing technologies, and good manufacturing practices in the course of study.
Program OutcomesStudents will be expected to develop a strong basic science foundation with a sound understanding of the major technologies employed in the industry. They will also be expected to develop collaborative and disciplined work ethics while consistently practicing problem-solving skills.
Occupational OutlookUpon successful completion of the program, individuals should possess the necessary skills to qualify for employment in a variety of bioprocessing industries. Considering all of our graduates since 2007, employment rate is 82% with an average salary of $40,615 yearly.
(1) Student may need ACA 118 if two or more development courses are needed.
(2) Credit may be granted for PTC 110 and BPM 110 with successful completion of the BioWork certification.
(3) Credit may be granted for BTC 275 and ISC 278 with successful completion of the Advanced Biomanufacturing Training certification.
- Leslie Holston
Director of Biotechnology Programs
- Admissions Office