Bioscience Technology (BSC) - Description
Health and Public Safety
Bioscience Technology (BSC)
HEALTH AND PUBLIC SAFETY DIVISION • 513.569.1670 • CLIFTON CAMPUS, HEALTH PROFESSIONS BUILDING, ROOM 312 • PROGRAM CHAIR: DIANE K. VORBROKER
Bioscience technicians perform procedures in chemical and biotechnology laboratories, pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities, and research laboratories. Advanced skills in biology and chemistry, microbiology, and laboratory sciences are important for a successful career in bioscience or biotechnology.
The curriculum prepares graduates for entry-level employment in bioscience or biotechnology, or for transfer to a four-year institution to pursue a bachelor’s degree in biological science or related fields. Potential students should have a strong background in or aptitude for the sciences, a willingness to follow structured methods, an interest in exploring molecules and cells, and a desire to help people and enhance the world through the use of biotechnology.