If you want to explore the modern frontiers of science and find fascination in the possibilities that lie beyond biology, we're excited you're here!
At Harford, you can channel you creative energy and curiosity into biotechnology,
where you'll find career
opportunities in fields like medicine, pharmaceuticals, agriculture, biofuels, and more. Biotechnology uses living organisms or components of them to create new products or processes and is giving rise to a variety of new fields and industries with diverse job opportunities.
At Harford Community College, we offer both an Associate of Applied Science degree and a certificate program that prepare you for employment in the biotechnology workforce.
Supported by a $493,912 grant from the National Science Foundation, Harford Community College is creating BIOTECH Pathways focused on creating accessible pathways for future biotechnicians to progress from public high schools, to degree and certificate programs, to biotechnology careers and/or further study at four-year universities.
Harford's small, student-centered, and flexible learning class options are the ideal learning environment for your biotechnology studies.
WHAT CAN I DO WHEN I COMPLETE THIS PROGRAM?
With a degree or certificate in biotechnology at Harford, you can acquire the credits
to transfer to another institution, or the skills you need to enter the biotechnology
More information: BIOTECH careers
Top Transfer Destinations
- University of Maryland
- Towson University
- Salisbury University
- Frostburg University
- Biomedical Engineer
- Medical Scientist
- Biological/Clinical Technician
- Process Development Scientist
- Biomanufacturing Specialists
WHO TEACHES THIS PROGRAM?
At Harford, our award-winning full-time and adjunct faculty bring a wealth of industry and classroom experience to professionally mentor and guide you through your program.
HOW DO I GET STARTED?
You've taken your first step into a larger world of possibility for you and your future. Now is the time! Reach out and apply, request more information, or visit our campus.