JOB GUIDE TO BIOTECHNOLOGY CERTIFICATE PROGRAMS


Job Guide to Biotechnology Certificate Programs provides information about Certificate Programs offered by public institutions -- Community Colleges, two- and four-year schools -- in biotechnology and related fields for students who, depending on their career goals, would benefit from the opportunities these programs offer.

Certificate programs often offer the flexibility and job-readiness skill sets that enable students to meet their goals. Many certificate programs require just one academic year of study.

Biotechnology Certificate Programs is the latest in the San Francisco Bay Biotech job guide series that has been published for over 15 years. This new release will be available soon, just in time to enroll in a Fall, Winter or Spring program!

WHAT THE JOB GUIDE OFFERS

In-depth information about hundreds of Certificate Programs offered throughout the country -- Alaska, most of the lower 48 states, Guam and Hawaii -- in biotechnology and related fields for students who, depending on their career goals, would benefit from the opportunities these programs offer. With the skill sets required,

  • Certificate Programs Offered

    Specific Certificate Programs (e.g., biotechnology, bioinformatics, stem cell, medical device) that are offered by colleges. The Guide includes many colleges that offer multiple certificate programs.

  • Program Application Process

    Colleges and universities offer extensive information on the application process, including multiple ways of applying.

  • Program Description

    The programs descriptions provide in-depth information about what the the programs offer .

  • Program Requirements

    Academic requirements for the programs, such as The GED (General Equivalency Diploma) that is required for most of the Community College Programs, and and in some cases high school course requirements, are specified.

  • Academic Contacts

    In addition to general instution information, academic contacts, departments and schools are also included.

  • Online Certificates

    The Guide lists Community Colleges, universities and colleges that offer evening, weekend, online, and hybrid programs.

  • Resources

    Resources featured include colllege, business and government job partnership programs and diversity programs for Historically Black Colleges (HBCUs), Hispanic Serving Institutions (HSIs) or Hispanic Serving Universities (HSUs), Native and Tribal colleges, Pacific Island colleges, and women and underrepresented communities.