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: Aaron Greene
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.