Environmental Biotechnology

Also in Plant & Environmental Science:

Agriculture Science

Landscaping Design & Management

This one-year, honors-level course is a cutting-edge opportunity for students preparing for careers in research, forensics, genetics and other biotechnology fields. The course explores the complexities of scientific research and enables students to apply various facets of biotechnology in the fields of plant and animal agriculture, the environment and food science. Throughout the class students are encouraged to critically think and are challenged to use equipment and techniques common in research facilities. Emphasis is placed on continuing education requirements pertaining to professional career paths in biotechnology.

Hull Street Campus

Occupation Opportunities
Animal Scientist
Biochemist
Water Conservationist
Toxicologist
Ecologist
Agricultural Engineer

Credits for this Program Include:
Biotechnology Foundations in Agriculture
& Environmental Science (1 Credit)
Biotechnology Foundations in Agriculture (1 Credit)
Applied Agricultural Concepts (1 Credit)

Preferred Aptitudes
Strong in Math and Sciences
Completed or concurrently in Chemistry

Completed Biology 1