Are you interested in improving medicine, the environment, food or agriculture (just to name a few!)? Can you picture yourself in a lab performing research or analyzing data? An applied associate's degree in biotechnology gives you the practical skills you need to begin a career in one of the many labs and research facilities that make up the biotech industry. With classes such as reagent preparation, cell culture, protein purification, molecular techniques, microbiology and fermentation, you will be ready to begin your career in this fast growing industry.
This degree program prepares graduates to enter the biotechnology workforce as entry-level technicians and conduct a variety of basic and advanced laboratory techniques used in biomedical research.
Formal articulation agreements with other colleges and universities indicate how Sinclair programs and courses will transfer to other institutions.
|BIO 1107||Human Biology||3|
|(BIO 1111 AND BIO 1211 OR BIO 1171 AND BIO 1272)||8 - 10|
|BIS 1120||Introduction to Software Applications||3|
|BTN 1110||Biotechnology & Bioethics||3|
|BTN 1120||Laboratory Safety & Regulatory Compliance||2|
|BTN 1130||Biological Reagents Preparation||3|
|BTN 1140||Cell Culture||2|
|(BTN 1201 OR BTN 2700)||2|
|BTN 2210||Protein Purification & Analysis||4|
|BTN 2220||Microbiology & Fermentation Methods||3|
|BTN 2230||Molecular Biology Techniques||4|
|(CHE 1111 OR CHE 1211)||4 - 5|
|ENG 1101||English Composition I||3|
|MAT 1470||College Algebra||3|
|Ohio Transfer Module: Arts & Humanities Elective||6|
|Ohio Transfer Module: Social & Behavioral Sciences Elective||3|
|SCC 1101||First Year Experience||1|
|(COM 2206 OR COM 2211 OR COM 2225)||3|