Courses incorporate various skills important for employment in entry-level positions in the bioscience industry including laboratory techniques and instrumentation, basic computer skills associated with generating, analyzing and presenting experimental data, documentation of laboratory procedures according to industry standards, and regulatory affairs governing the bioscience industry. Students will learn to effectively work in cooperative teams in a laboratory setting to plan and complete experiments in a timely manner.
Associate of Applied Science (AAS)
32-hour Agri-Biotechnology Certificate
For more information contact Cathy Castle, Agri-Biotechnology instructor and advisor, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
What you can do with a degree in Agri-Biotechnology. . .
There are many potential job opportunities with either the AAS degree or the Certificate program. Students will be able to find employment in the bio-science industry, academia, and government settings in the following areas:
• laboratory technician • cDNA library coordinator
• research/development scientist • research technician
• sequencing technician • bioinformatics technician
• cell culture technician • protein purification technician
Anticipated salaries range from $15.00 - $26.00 per hour. Annual earnings for a laboratory technician are expected to average $30,000.
TRAC-7 is a WIA Title I-financially assisted program and is therefore an equal opportunity employer/program which provides auxiliary aids and services upon request to individuals with disabilities by calling 711 or 800-766-3777 Voice/TTY.
The TRAC-7 grant project ($19,619,450) is 100% funded through the U.S. Dept. of Labor’s Trade Adjustment Assistance Community College and Career Training program.