With an ever-changing and evolving marketplace, adaptability and flexibility are paramount to success. The Jefferson Biotechnology program is designed to provide graduates with the unique ability to adapt and innovate in any research environment and product-driven industry.
Biotechnology is where life sciences and technology converge. A degree in biotechnology opens up numerous employment possibilities since practically every industry utilizes biotechnology. A biotechnology degree fosters creativity, innovation, and adaptability that is applicable to most career choices.
U.S. Students: July 15
International: May 15
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Cytotechnologists are experts of cell and tissue structure morphology and function and using automated imaging systems and sophisticated laboratory techniques to detect and diagnose diseases.
Medical Laboratory Scientists conduct health screening tests, type and cross-match blood for transfusion and examine specimens for leukemia cells or infectious microorganisms.
The Jefferson Biotechnology program, in collaboration with the Jefferson Institute for Bioprocessing (JIB), offers a unique opportunity for students to earn a BS or MS degree in Biotechnology with a concentration in Biopharmaceutical Process Development (BPD) for the one-year BS and MS degree tracks.
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