The demand for graduates with biotechnology/bioengineering background has been on the rise over the past few years. The Biotechnology/Bioengineering Minor Program provides students with the opportunity to conduct interdisciplinary studies and develop skills necessary to succeed in this field. Student involvement in faculty-supervised research is encouraged as part of required course work.
The minor consists of five courses. Students are encouraged to participate in interdisciplinary research.Learn about the minor
A wide variety of courses is available for students wanting to gain a firm grasp of issues in the field.See the course list
Many faculty conduct research in areas related to biotechnology/bioengineering. It is highly recommended that students interested in the minor contact professors and indicate their interest in working with them on their projects.Learn about research opportunities