Many colleges and universities now offer biotechnology education and training. The biotechnology programs range from short training seminars to doctoral degrees. Finding the right program for you depends on your personal situation and professional goals.
Excellent biotechnology programs are offered locally in Rhode Island at CCRI and URI, and other universities are developing their own programs. The credits you earn in the CCRI Biotechnology Certificate Program can be applied to CCRI’s Associate in Science degree. Some of these credits are eligible for transfer to the Bachelor of Science degree in biotechnology at URI.
If you are not planning to remain in Rhode Island, you can further your education at another college or university in the US and abroad. Whichever program you choose to pursue, make sure it fits with your personal needs and career goals.
|The Biotechnology Degree Guide is the most comprehensive resource for researching colleges, universities, and technical schools that offer biotechnology programs.|
|BioInsights offers education and additional training programs for bioscience professionals.|
|Biolink is a National Advanced Technology Education (ATE) Center for Excellence that works to expand educational programs in biotechnology.|
|MassBioEd is a nonprofit organization committed to the support of biotechnology and science education in Massachusetts through school programs, workforce training, and lifelong learning. Its Website offers current news, job listings, and other information.|